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ASL research at University of Texas, Austin

ASL research at University of Texas, Austin

Hello! The University of Texas (UT) Signed Language Laboratory is conducting a study about American Sign Language (ASL). Dr. Richard Meier, a hearing professor in linguistics, and Ms. Lynn Hou, a Deaf doctoral student in linguistics, are doing a study about ASL verbs. We are currently looking for Deaf native and native-like adult signers of ASL who can participate in the study. You must have acquired ASL at birth or by the age of 3.

If you are interested in participating in the study, please fill out the attached questionnaire (Please contact us and get a copy of Word and PDF) and e-mail it to Lynn Hou at [email protected] If you cannot fill out the questionnaire for some reason, please provide us the following information as indicated by the questionnaire in the e-mail. We will let you know if you are eligible to participate in the study.

The study can take place either in the UT Signed Language lab in the Linguistics Department or Austin Community College. You will be videotaped and you will be paid $20 for your time. The study should not take more than 30 minutes.

This study has IRB approval from UT Austin (the study number is 2013-09-0102).

You can watch an ASL version of this recruitment: http://tinyurl.com/krq77dw

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