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Jodi Reich

Jodi Reich, Ph.D. Temple University Department of Communications Sciences

Assistant Professor of Instruction in Communication Sciences and Disorders

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215-204-1821
 

Biography

Jodi Reich, Ph.D. is an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Temple University.  She received a B.A. in French Education from the University of Delaware, an M.A. in Linguistics from the University of Florida, and a Ph.D. in Linguistics from Yale University.  Before coming to Temple University, Dr. Reich held postdoctoral appointments at the Yale School of Medicine’s Child Study Center.

Publications/Presentations

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Hein, S., Reich, J., & Grigorenko, E.L. (in press). Cultural manifestation of intelligence in formal and informal learning environments. The Cambridge Handbook of Cultural-Historical Psychology.

Hein, S., Reich, J., Marks, S., Thuma, P.E., & Grigorenko, E.L. (in press). Getting something out of nothing: Analyzing patterns of null responses to improve data collection methods in sub-Saharan Africa. Learning and Individual Differences.

Rakhlin, N., Kornilov, S.A., Reich, J., & Grigorenko, E.L. (in press). Interpretation of anaphoric dependencies by Russian-speaking children with and without developmental language disorder. Language Acquisition.

Hein, S., Reich, J., Thuma, P.E., & Grigorenko, E.L. (2014). Physical growth and non-verbal intelligence: Associations in Zambia. The Journal of Pediatrics 165, 1017-1023.

Tan, M., Reich, J., Hart, L., Thuma, P.E., & Grigorenko, E.L. (2014). Examining specific effects of context on adaptive behavior and achievement in rural Africa: Six case studies from Southern Province, Zambia. Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders 44, 271-282.

Grigorenko, E.L., Reich, J., & Jukes, M. (2013). In Tanzanian schools, if you do well in reading, you do well in everything. Insights on Learning Disabilities: From Prevailing Theories to Validated Practices 10, 89-102.

Reich, J., Hein, S., Krivulskaya, S., Hart, L., Gumkowski, G., Grigorenko, E.L., & The Learning Disabilities Project: Zambia. (2013). Associations between household responsibilities and academic competencies in the context of education accessibility in Zambia. Learning and Individual Differences 27, 250-257.

Reich, J., Tan, M., Hart, L., Thuma, P.E., & Grigorenko, E.L. (2013). Reading comprehension and its component skills in a resource-limited and linguistically complex setting: Learning to read in rural Zambia. Insights on Learning Disabilities: From Prevailing Theories to Validated Practices 10, 67-88.

Reich, J. & Grigorenko, E.L. (2012). The effect of language and orthography on writing disabilities and the necessity for cross-linguistic research. In E.L. Grigorenko, E. Mambrino, & D. Preiss (eds.), Handbook of Writing: A Mosaic of Perspectives and Views (pp. 345-356). New York: Psychology Press.

Nedwick, K., Reich, J., Naples, A., Abdat, M., Al Hamdan, R., Samer, A., & Grigorenko, E.L. (2011). Screening for school readiness: Evidence from Saudi Arabia. International Journal of Applied Educational Studies 12, 1-15.

Rakhlin, N., Kornilov, S.A., Reich, J., Babyonyshev, M., Koposov, R.A., & Grigorenko, E.L. (2011). The relationship between syntactic development and theory of mind: Evidence from a small-population study of a developmental language disorder. Journal of Neurolinguistics 24, 476-496.

Reich, J., Babyonyshev, M., & Kavitskaya, D. (2009). Formal Approaches to Slavic Linguistics: The Yale Meeting 2008. Ann Arbor, MI: Michigan Slavic Publications.