The language learning clinic focuses on developing and remediating language processing difficulties affecting academic performance and literacy. Professor Gabig‘s current research focuses on morphological awareness in children and its relationship with vocabulary, reading, and writing. She recently co-presented a seminar on morphological awareness, its development, and intervention at the 2011 annual convention of the American, Speech-Language, and Hearing Association. Dr. Smith Gabig also investigates the relationship between oral language and literacy in high-functioning children with autism. She received her Ph. D. in Speech-Language Pathology from the University of Connecticut. Dr. Smith Gabig joined the faculty in 2003.
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