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Research folder content
Babies with Hearing Loss Form Better Vocabulary with Early Intervention
Executive Function research project
The Warwick Morphology and Phonology Project
Assessing the sign language comprehension skills
Experiences of diagnosis for people with Usher syndrome
Mental Well-Being Outcomes for Deaf Young People
Does telling a story require both good language skills and ‘theory of mind'?
The communication abilities of deaf children with autism
Reading and spelling abilities of teenagers who are deaf
Deaf Education Research update from Moray House, University of Edinburgh
Baschet Structures and music project
Parents sharing books with young deaf children in spoken English and in BSL
Parents' and Teachers' Views on Deaf Children's Literacy at Home: Do they agree?
The role of sign language for deaf children with cochlear implants: good practice in sign bilingual settings
Deaf children and Research: a model of good practice and participation
The Phonological Skills Test for BSL (PST-BSL) – Project Update
The educational attainments of deaf pupils
The NDCS Youth Consultation
An Evaluation of Specialist Mental Health Services for Deaf Children and Young People
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Hearing Outcomes in Teenagers (HOT) Project, a follow-up study of the language and literacy development of a group of young people previously involved in a trial of universal newborn hearing screening (UNHS).
Hot Project Update -13/08/12
The HOT project is progressing but still needs to track down the teenagers who participated in the first phase of this research.