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Julie Yingling earned her doctorate in Speech Communication at the University of Denver in 1981. Since completing her dissertation on infant speech, she has pursued a program of research in communication development, including studies of infant-parent interaction, children's friendships, and caregiver-young patient interaction. Her career started at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and has taken her to the University of Northern Colorado, the University of Iowa, and Humboldt State University, where she currently chairs the Communication Department.

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Interpersonal communication -- Textbooks.
Developmental psychology -- Textbooks.