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Holly Keddington

Education

Ph.D., Educational Psychology, Texas A&M University-Commerce
M.A., Psychology, Texas A&M University-Commerce
M.S., Education of the Deaf, Texas Woman's University
B.S., Audiology & Speech-Language Pathology, Brigham Young University

Specializations

Developmental psychology, cognition and instruction, special populations

Biography

Publications

PUBLICATIONS
Buck, H. (2004). Production of digitally recorded Mandarin Chinese speech audiometry materials (Undergraduate honors thesis). Brigham Young University, Provo, UT.
Nissen, S. L., Harris, R. W., Jennings, L., Eggett, D. L., & Buck, H. (2005). Psychometrically equivalent Mandarin bisyllabic speech discrimination materials spoken by male and female talkers. International Journal of Audiology, 44, 379-390.
Nissen, S. L., Harris, R. W., Jennings, L., Eggett, D. L., & Buck, H. (2005). Psychometrically equivalent trisyllabic words for speech reception threshold testing in Mandarin. International Journal of Audiology, 44, 391-399.
Keddington, H. B. (2011). Effect of mental state discussion on theory of mind in students who are deaf. (Master’s thesis). Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, TX.
Keddington, H. B. (2013). Complement syntax, mental verbs, and theory of mind in students who are deaf. (Doctoral dissertation), Texas A&M University-Commerce, Commerce, TX.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
Keddington, H. B. (2011, April). Effect of mental state discussion on theory of mind in students who are deaf. Southwestern Psychological Association conference, San Antonio, TX.
Keddington, H. B., and Ball, S. (2012, May). Mental state vocabulary proficiency increases deaf students’ false belief understanding. Association for Psychological Science annual conference. Chicago, IL.
Keddington, H. B., and Ball, S. (2013, June). Complement syntax, mental verbs, and theory of mind in children who are deaf. Jean Piaget Society annual conference. Chicago, IL.
Keddington, H. B. (2013, October). Story reading and theory of mind in children who are deaf. Cognitive Development Society annual conference. Memphis, TN.
Keddington, H. B. (2014, April). Theory of mind and deaf children using Spoken English: A training study. Southwestern Psychological Association conference. San Antonio, TX.

Recognitions and Awards

2013, May National Engaged Leader Award, Texas A&M University-Commerce
2012, Fall Keith & Nancy McFarland Scholarship, Texas A&M University-Commerce
2012, Spring Texas A&M System Award for Teaching Excellence
2012-2013 Graduate Research Assistantship, Texas A&M University-Commerce
2011-2012 J. E. Franklin Endowment, Texas A&M University-Commerce
2011, Summer Summer Thesis Fellowship, Texas A&M University-Commerce
2011, Spring Texas A&M System Award for Teaching Excellence
2010-2012 H. M. Lafferty Doctoral Fellowship, Texas A&M University-Commerce
2010-2012 Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Taylor Scholarship, Texas A&M University-Commerce
2009-2013 Graduate Teaching Assistantship, Texas A&M University-Commerce
2009, July Alexander Graham Bell Association LSL Symposium Scholarship
2005-2006 Graduate Student Scholarship, Texas Woman’s University
2005-2006 Project DEED Scholarship, Texas Woman’s University
2004, April Magna cum laude graduate, Brigham Young University
2004, April Honors program graduate, Brigham Young University
2002-2003 Summer Scholarship, Brigham Young University
2001-2004 Heritage Scholarship, Brigham Young University
2001-2004 Robert C. Byrd Scholarship, Idaho State Department of Education