Students at all levels can apply for opportunities to work in our lab.
Barrett Honors Students
Barrett Honors Students from any related department are eligible to complete an Honors thesis project in our lab. Interested students should contact Dr. Azuma to set up an interview. We highly recommend Honors students to enroll in the Advanced Research Experience Seminar during their junior year.
Recent Honors Projects
Kelly Allen (Honors thesis completed May, 2016)
Thesis Title: Memory and Related Processes in Military Veteran Students
Advanced Research Experience Seminar (ARES)
Honors students and high achieving SHS majors and minors are invited to apply for the Advanced Research Experience Seminar (ARES) in Speech and Hearing Science. In the program, students gain hands-on research experience in a lab and present a poster at the departmental research symposium at the end of Spring semester. Please visit the ARES website for more details.
Recent ARES Projects
Cassandra Elias (2015)
Title: Self-Report of Deficits and Complex Working Memory Span in Military Veterans
Kelly Allen (2015)
Title: The Effect of Auditory Distraction on Verbal Memory in Military Veterans with and without mTBI
Vianeth Santiago (2015)
Title: Cross-language Naming Performance in Spanish-English Bilinguals
Setarae Banihashemi (2015)
Title: Turning “perro” into “pup”: What Cross-Language Errors Tell Us about Bilingual Executive Function