Dale continues service to department and profession
Posted: Oct 28, 2017 - 12:00pm
A note of gratitude to Dr. Philip Dale, who has lectured this Fall semester in this department's graduate research and intervention courses. In addition, the following are slated for publication:
- Dale, Philip S., Rice, Mabel L., Rimfeld, Kaili, & Hayiou-Thomas, Marianna E. Grammar clinical marker yields high heritability for language impairments in 16-year-old twins. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences.
- Bleses, Dorthe, Højen, Anders, Dale, Philip S., Justice, Laura, Dybdal, Line, Piasta, Shayne, Markussen-Brown, Justin, Kjærbæk, Laila, & Haghish, E. G. Effective language and literacy instruction: Evaluating the importance of scripting and group size components. Early Childhood Research Quarterly.
- Cheesman, Rosa, Selzam, Saskia, Ronald, Angelica, Dale, Philip S., McAdams, Tom, Eley, Thalia, & Plomin, Robert. Childhood behavior problems show the greatest gap between DNA-based and twin heritability. Translational Psychiatry.
Thank you for your continued service to our department and discipline, Dr. Dale!