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Molly Losh

Molly Losh is a developmental psychologist whose research focuses on the nature and basis of language impairment in autism and related neurogenetic disorders. Her studies adopt clinical-behavioral and family-genetic methods and designs to examine links to neuropsychological and genetic underpinnings and characterize patterns of language strengths and weaknesses that define specific developmental disabilities. Losh is an associate professor and the Jo Ann G. and Peter F. Dolle Chair in Learning Disabilities in the communication sciences and disorders department of the School of Communication. She is also a faculty associate at the Institute for Policy Research (IPR) and Principal Investigator in the Neurodevelopmental Disabilities Lab.

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