UW NeuDLL Lab Interest Survey

Information Statement:

The focus of the Neurodevelopmental Disorders Language and Learning (NeuDLL or "noodle") Lab is on the development of language abilities in children with neurodevelopmental disorders.

We're interested in how children learn language, including new words they hear in stories. Our ultimate goal is to understand more about developmental disabilities, such as autism spectrum disorder and fragile X syndrome, about how language is learned, or ways that better treatments could eventually be designed.

If you are interested in being contacted about our current research opportunities, please continue this survey to fill out your contact information and the best way to reach you.

Information in this REDCap survey is securely transmitted to a database at the University of Washington that only the NeuDLL Lab team can access.

If at any time you have questions, or if you decide you'd prefer to contact us directly, you can reach our Research Coordinator, Emily Fowler, at (206) 685-2202 or eefowler@uw.edu.

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