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ISSN: 2472-5005

Journal of Speech Pathology & Therapy
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Ling-yu Guo

Ling-yu Guo
Ling-yu Guo
Assistant Professor
Department of Communicative Disorders and Sciences
University at Buffalo
University at Buffalo


Dr. Guo is originally from Taiwan and received his Ph. D. from the University of Iowa. Before coming to Buffalo, he completed his postdoctoral work at Montclair State University. He is currently an assistant professor in the Department of communicative Disorders and Sciences at the University at Buffalo. He teaches child language development and child language disorders in the department. Dr. Guo’s research focuses on syntactic development in typical and atypical populations, such as children with specific language impairment and children with cochlear implants. He is also interested in how the lexical and grammatical measures derived from language samples can help clinicians identify children with language impairment at a young age.

Research Interest

1. Syntactic development in typical and atypical populations (children with specific language impairment, children with cochlear implants)
2. The role of input frequency in language acquisition and processing
3. Language learning mechanisms, such as phonological working memory, statistical learning, and analogical reasoning skills
4. Development of conversational, narrative and expository discourse skills in children
5. Diagnostic accuracy of language measures in language samples (e.g., lexical diversity, usage of tense morphemes, sentence complexity)

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