The ASHA Convention took place in Chicago, Illinois, November 14–16, 2013. It is the premier annual professional education event for speech-language pathologists, audiologists, and speech, language, and hearing scientists. Bringing together more than 12,000 attendees, the Convention provides unparalleled opportunities to hear the latest evidence-based research and gain new skills and resources to advance your career.

Congratulations to students and faculty who presented in Chicago!

Title:  Reaction Time on the Simon Task in Adults Who Stutter & Typical Adults

Authors: Jennifer Wartsky; Jim Tsiamtsiouris

Title: The Effect of Ebooks on Listening Comprehension & Vocabulary Development in Preschool Children

Authors: Haralambia Kollia; Alyson Quintavalle

Title: Time of Day & Stimulation Effects on Cognitive Functions of Adults With Mild Cognitive Impairment

Authors: Haralambia Kollia; Jean Stewart

Title: L1 Interference in L2 Syntax, Semantics, & Grammar in Early & Late Bilinguals

Authors: Haralambia Kollia; Rebecca Zolotkovsky

Title: Novice Clinician Discourse in Therapeutic & Non-Therapeutic Settings

Authors: Emily Rutt; Carole Gelfer

Title:  Comparing Efficacy of Three Different Treatment Systems for Production of /r/ Sound by Native Korean Speakers

Authors: Kelly Maguire; Yan Yu; Carole Gelfer

Title: The Effect of Context on Category Fluency in Dementia of the Alzheimer's Type

Authors: Sarah Todé; Carole Gelfer

Title: Nonverbal Play Initiation Between Peers With Autism

Authors: Kevin Kehoe; Kristen Victorino

Title: Parent-Reported Use of Assisted Reproduction Technology, Related Risk Factors, & Prevalence of Autism

Authors: Nicole Marie Magaldi; Margaret Kamowski-Shakibai; Haralambia Kollia