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In HSL 887 Lab Rotation it is expected that students rotate through the various laboratories in the HSLS department and research laboratories within the university under the guidance of their academic advisor. Students are expected to: (1) observe activities within the lab, (2) attend lab meetings, and /or (3) participate in ongoing research activities. Students will become familiar with the questions framing the laboratory¿s research, how each question is addressed through various methodologies, and gain hands-on experience with the steps of the scientific method. Students are expected to submit reflection papers highlighting their experience in each laboratory. Students will describe the observed theory or hypothesis, research design, analysis and clinical interpretation in hearing, speech and language sciences and relate it to their own experiences and readings.
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