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Dr. Peter Hauser C.

Associate Professor

National Technical Institute for the Deaf

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National Technical Institute for the Deaf

52 Lomb Memorial Drive

Rochester, New York 14623

United States

Company Description

NTID is the first and largest technological college in the world for deaf and hard-of-hearing students. One of eight colleges of the Rochester Institute of Technology, NTID offers educational programs and access and support services to its 1,100 students ... more

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Background Information

Education

B.A.s
Psychology and Philosophy
Central Connecticut State University

BA

Central Connecticut State University

doctorate
Clinical Psychology
Gallaudet University

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The research team, led by Matthew ...

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The research team, led by Matthew Dye, assistant professor in NTID's Department of Liberal Studies, and Peter Hauser, professor and director of NTID's Deaf Studies Laboratory, hopes to prove that deaf children who learn American Sign Language (ASL) early in life look at the world differently compared to deaf children who receive a cochlear implant and use a spoken language such as English.

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"The visual attention system consists of different cognitive networks; language and hearing levels appear to have a positive effect on some, but not all, aspects of the network," Hauser explained.


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"This is an amazing opportunity for aspiring deaf scholars who have long been under-served and under-recognized," said Peter Hauser, Ph.D., principal investigator for RIT and director of the Deaf Studies Laboratory at NTID.


Hard-of-Hearing Students Earn Graduate Degrees

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"This is an amazing opportunity for aspiring deaf scholars who have long been under-served and under-recognized," said Peter Hauser, Ph.D., principal investigator for RIT and director of the Deaf Studies Laboratory at NTID.


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Peter Hauser

Science mentor
Dr. Peter C. Hauser is a Deaf clinical neuropsychologist with an interdisciplinary-research background. He's an Associate Professor in NTID's Department of Research and Teacher Education, and the Research Initiative Director of Neurocognitive Foundations of Visual Language and Visual Learning at the National Science Foundation Science of Learning Center on Visual Language and Visual Learning (known as VL2), at Gallaudet University, where he also serves as Science Mentorship Leader. At NTID, he's Director of the Deaf Studies Laboratory, where he studies the cognitive, language, and psychosocial aspects of visual learning. A popular teacher, he's received RIT's Eisenhart Provost's Award for Excellence in Teaching and the Isaac L. Jordan, Sr. Pluralism Award for Promoting Diversity and Inclusion.
He has over 35 publications, regularly presents nationally and internationally on a variety of topics-interpreting issues, measuring ASL proficiency, how ASL is processed in the brain.
Profoundly deafened at age 5, he earned B.A.s in Psychology and Philosophy at Central Connecticut State University in 1994, and two M.A.s-in Linguistics (1998) and Psychology (1999)-and his doctorate in Clinical Psychology in 2000-from Gallaudet University, and has done postdoctoral training in Neuropsychology at University of Rochester.
At NTID, he directs the Deaf Studies Laboratory, which he set up to get more students involved in the excitement, and explores clinical neuropsychology, cognitive psychology, and psycholinguistics as they relate to the Deaf experience. The DSL collaborates with the Bavelier Laboratory in UR's Brain & Cognitive Sciences program.
In August 2013, having received a $34,000 mentorship grant from the NSF, Hauser took six Deaf students to the Sign Language Researchers Toolkit workshop hosted by University College London; they presented at the 11th Theoretical Issues in Sign Language Research Conference (having brought along an ASL interpreter). Hauser noted, "The number of deaf people studying sign languages is very low compared to the number of hearing people who are conducting sign-language research in educational linguistics, psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, theoretical linguistics, and such."
He wants to see those numbers increase. Later that month, NTID/RIT and UR received a $2.1 million, 5-year grant from the National Institute for General Medical Sciences (part of National Institutes of Health) to train Deaf and hard-of-hearing students pursuing graduate degrees in biomedical and behavioral sciences, establishing the Rochester Bridges to the Doctorate program, with Hauser as principal investigator for RIT. He said, "This is an amazing opportunity for aspiring deaf scholars who have long been under-served and under-recognized."


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“This is an amazing opportunity for aspiring deaf scholars who have long been under-served and under-recognized,� said Peter Hauser, Ph.D., principal investigator for RIT and director of the Deaf Studies Laboratory at NTID.

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