The Speech Physiology Lab is located in SLHS building. The focus of the laboratory is to examine changes in speech physiology and speech motor performance over the course of typical development and how these developmental changes differ in children with speech disorders. In addition, the lab investigates the relations between cognition, language, and speech motor performance interact during speech and language development. The lab is equipped with an eight-camera optical motion capture system and electromagnetic articulograph to record and transduce the movements of the lips, jaw, and tongue. The lab also makes use of aeromechanical, and acoustic analysis methodologies.