Undergraduate Research Assistant Honors Theses

 

These can all be viewed and downloaded on CU's Undergraduate Honors Theses page as well.
Click their names to be brought to their Honor Thesis page.
Click the title of their thesis to be brought to its downloadable pdf.

Allison O'Connor - "Screen Media: Parent-Child Discourse and Vocabulary Acquisition"
Ariel Aguilar - "Using Computational Models To Create a Word Learning Intervention"
Becca Frausel - "Relationship Between Count/Mass Nouns and Shape/Material Biases in Novel Word Learning Tasks"
Bryan Koppa - "Young Children's Word Learning through Skype"
Danielle Robinson - "What Can Children Learn from a Screen?"
Hayley Brown - "The Effects of Interactive Screen Media and Desirable Difficulty on Word Learning in Young Children"
Jessica Williams - "Joint Attention in Toddler Vocabulary Acquisition"
Katherine Cox - "Las percepciones modernas de la situación nutricional en Chile desde 2000 hasta el presente"
Katherine Double - "Modeling Developmental Word Learning in Late Talking Children"
Kelsey Young - "A Qualitative Longitudinal Analysis of Vanishing Words in Children's Parent-Reported Vocabularies"
Kristina Muntean - "Linguistic Cues and Attention to Competing Objects"
Lauren Becker - "The Effects of Screen Media Exposure on Children's Word Learning"
Mary Roszel - "Effect of Learning Environment on Parent-Child Interaction and Word Learning"
Reina Doyle - "Vocabulary Trajectories of Late Talking Toddlers"
Renee Miller - "Sentence Interpretation Strategies in Monolingual English Preschool Children"
Sabeen Ahmed - "Eyes Meet Shape: Differences in Monolinguals and Bilinguals"
Yunzhijun Yu - "Using space to conceptualize time and other domains crosslinguistically"