Rose Sevcik is a Professor of Psychology at Georgia State University where she specializes in communication, language, and reading development; developmental and learning disabilities; and parent and school intervention.
Dr. Sevcik research interests center on the development of symbolic processes, specifically oral and written language development, with a focus on the context of intervention research. She has two long-standing lines of research. The first is focused on children with significant developmental disabilities who are considered to be at high risk for speech and language disorders. The second line has examined the effect of different instructional content and methods on teaching children who are struggling to learn to read.