Trelani Chapman, PhD
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine - Communication Sciences & Disorders
- (780) 492-8475
2-06 Corbett (E.A.) Hall
8205 - 114 St NWEdmonton ABT6G 2G4
BA (Hon) Psycholinguistics, University of Toronto Scarborough
MSc Speech-Language Pathology, University of Toronto
PhD Speech-Language Pathology, University of Toronto
Postdoctoral Fellowship, Florida Center for Reading Research, Florida State University
My research program centres on the causes and correlates of typical and atypical language and reading achievement with a focus on the early years. I am particularly interested in prevention and early identification and intervention for children at-risk for reading-related learning disabilities.
1. Is the Dimensionality of Language the Same For Children with Low and Average Language Abilities? (Dr. Christopher Lonigan)
2. Is Language Associated with Decoding and Reading Comprehension in the Same Way for Children with Low and Average Language Abilities? (Dr. Christopher Lonigan)
3. Linguistic and Cognitive Contributors to Listening Comprehension in Early Childhood: Children with Typical Language Development and Developmental Language Disorder (Dr. Kathleen Peets and Dr. Christiane Kyte)
4. Talking Families: Features of Parent-Child Interaction Across Tasks and Their Relation to Child Outcomes
Study of language development in school-age children and adolescents, with focus on the relations between oral language, reading, and writing; and implications for language assessment and intervention. Prerequisites: CSD 511. Corequisite: CSD 518. Restricted to MScSLP students only. Not open to students with credit in SPA 527.