Carol A. Miller
Undergraduate Honors Adviser
- Communication Sciences and Disorders - CSD
- Graduate Faculty
- Undergraduate Programs
- Ph.D (Psychology), University of Pennsylvania, 1994
University Park, PA 16802
My research interests are focused around typical and atypical language development, particularly children with developmental language disorder; cognitive processes in communication disorders, with emphasis on speed of processing and working memory in children and adults with language disorders; and bilingual language development. I use behavioral and electrophysiological methods. Member of the Center for Language Science.
I participate in three training grants, to promote interdisciplinary, translational research and education for undergraduate and graduate students. I am a core faculty member of “Partnership for International Research and Education: Translating cognitive and brain science in the laboratory and field to language learning environments” funded by the National Science Foundation. I am a co-PI of the “Penn State AAC Doctoral Leadership Grant” funded by the U.S. Department of Education, and “Linguistic diversity across the lifespan (LINDIV): transforming training to advance human-technology interaction" funded by the National Science Foundation.
I am the Schreyer Honors advisor for CSD. Please contact me with questions about becoming a Schreyer Scholar.
Undergraduate students are a crucial part of my research team. Check us out at the Child Language Development Lab.