GSU researchers recognized by JSLHR


It is noteworthy whenever a research article is published in a peer-reviewed journal, and particularly when the scholarly contribution is judged by peers and an editorial staff to merit publication in one of the most prestigious and influential journals in one’s field. It is even more of an honor when the editor and associate editor of such a journal singles out one article published in a given volume year as the most outstanding.

JSLHRThe Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research has recognized a team of Georgia State University researchers from the Department of Psychology for such an honor. For 2010, the JSLHR Editor's Award was presented to Mary Ann Romski, Rose Sevcik, Lauren Adamson, Ashlyn Smith, Mike Barker, and Roger Bakeman. Their article, "Randomized Comparison of Augmented and Nonaugmented Language Interventions for Toddlers With Delays and Their Parents,” was selected as the contribution that meets the highest quality standards in research design, presentation and impact for the year.

Congratulations to these scholars on another outstanding research contribution and for this well-deserved recognition!

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