Performance Monitoring Skills in Children with Language Impairments

I have been sitting in on the labs at the Graduate CUNY school with my research mentor that I have been working with. I’ve been listening, and getting more information on the topic we are researching on.

Things have been well, sometimes recruiting children to test may be more of a challenge.

So far I have been reading articles on executive function, working memory, and perseveration. I started on implicit learning- able to learn while doing a task. Also, some studies show that SLI (Specific Language Impairment) children learn slower .

There will be project testing for monolingual vs. bilingualism and (SLI)Specific Language Impairment vs. Typical Developing (TD), also we are recruiting TD and SLI children.

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