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Exploring Theory of Mind

Nov 19, 2012

Posted by:  Suzanne Bonifert, Head of Speech-Language Pathology – UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders Next month’s Bruton Conference at the Callier Center will focus on theory of mind (ToM), a complex concept that has grown increasingly relevant as researchers learn more about the neurological and environmental factors that contribute to ToM. Theory of [...]   Read more

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Research Focuses on Development of Impulse Control in ADD

Nov 8, 2012

Posted by: Emily Martinez – Communications Manager – UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders Attention deficit disorder (ADD) is commonly diagnosed in today’s children and frequently controversial. Physicians and educators have argued for decades about how to identify a child who has the disorder and then, once recognized, how to offer help. But the [...]   Read more

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