Dr. Jacobson’s clinical and research interests
are in the areas of child language disorders, bilingualism, second
language acquisition, and the effects of poverty on communication
development. Her research has been supported by the National
Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders/ National
Institute of Health: 5R03DC 07018 “Morphology in typical and
atypical bilingual development”. She is also a Vincentian research
fellow at St. John’s University.
Ph.D., Speech and Hearing Sciences, CUNY Graduate Center,
M. A., Communication Disorders, New Mexico State University,
B.A., (Major: Spanish), University of New Mexico, 1975.
Peggy Jacobson, B.A., M.A. Ph.D., CCC-SLP