Kristi Hendrickson, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Kristi Hendrickson's research focuses on how listeners and readers recognize spoken and written words, how they attach words to meaning, and how they use words earlier in a sentence to predict upcoming words. She and her research staff examine this process in a range of populations (children and adults, individuals with hearing loss, dual language learners). Eye-tracking and EEG (electroencephalogram) are tools of these investigations.
- CSD:3118 Language Acquisition
- CSD:6538:0001 Seminar: Hearing Science
- CSD:5104 School-age Language Disorders
Selected publications / active grants
- NIDCD R01 Investigating language outcomes and mechanisms in adults with and without Developmental Language Disorder
- NICHD R03 Investigating spoken and written word recognition in school-age dual language learners
- Hendrickson, K., Oleson, J., & Walker, E. (2021). School‐Age Children Adapt the Dynamics of Lexical Competition in Suboptimal Listening Conditions. Child Development, 92(2), 638-649
- Hendrickson, K., Apfelbaum, K., Goodwin, C., Blomquist, C., Klein, K., & McMurray, B. (2021). The profile of real-time competition in spoken and written word recognition: More similar than different. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 17470218211056842.
- Speech-Language Pathology