Participants Needed for Research Study: 'Phonological Processing Abilities and Reading Skills in Young Adults'

Participants are needed for a study on causal factors of reading skills and reading disabilities. You are eligible to participate if you are at least 18 years old and:

  • Have a history of either average reading abilities, OR
  • Prior diagnosis/diagnoses of any of the following:
    • Reading impairment
    • Dyslexia or
    • Auditory Processing Disorder 

The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between phonological processing abilities and reading performance in young adults. If you participate, you will complete a hearing screening and tests of auditory and visual processing skills related to reading fluency. Your participation will consist of one meeting that will last approximately three hours. 

骚姑娘视频For further information or to sign up for the study, please contact either:

  • Sarah Thompson​ at  or 870-636-9501
  • Margie Gilbertson at  or 479-575-4919

Sarah Thompson,
Communication Sciences and Disorders
870-636-9501, 骚姑娘视频


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