Check out new research papers by our PhD in Educational Neuroscience faculty, students, and alumni! Dr. Emily Kubicek, PEN alumna, and Dr. Lorna Quandt, PEN Assistant Professor: Positive Relationship Between Sign Language Comprehension and Mental Rotation Abilities in The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education, January 2021Dr. Lorna Quandt, PEN Assistant Professor and Athena Willis, PhD candidate: Earlier and more robust sensorimotor discrimination of American Sign Language (ASL) signs in deaf signers during imitation in Language, Cognition, and Neuroscience, May 2021Dr. Rain Bosworth and Dr. Adam Stone, PEN alumnus: Rapid Development of Perceptual Gaze Control in Hearing Native Signing Infants and Children in Developmental Science, 2021; available in ASL.SaraBeth Sullivan, PhD candidate, co-authored this article with Drs. Henner, Pagliaro, and Hoffmeister, which is pending publication: Counting Differently: Assessing Mathematics Achievement in Signing Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children Through A Unique Lens in American Annals of the Deaf. VL2 congratulates everyone on their continued scholarship and advancing astounding new knowledge for the benefit of society. For more publications from VL2 scholars, please visit our repository of research papers.