Word Learning Study
Word Learning Noise in Children
The purpose of this study is to identify the effect background noise has on children’s ability to learn and remember new words. Guided by a researcher, participants will complete a hearing screening, complete problem-solving and language tasks, and play word-learning games over the course of 4 sessions.
Who can participate?
Who: Children with typical hearing development, Children who have not received speech-language services within 6 months
Age: 4-6 years old
Compensation: $20/hour for the initial assessment, $10/hour for each subsequent session for a total of up to $50-$70 (eGift Card)
- Qualification/eligibility visit: 1.5 hours
- Three training visits: 45 minutes – 1 hour each
Visit Type: In-person
Requirements: Exposure to English by one parent/guardian from birth, normal hearing, no speech-language services within the past 6 months, no diagnosis of neurological conditions or intellectual disabilities.
For more information or to see if your child qualifies, please contact:
Stephanie Uglow, MS, CCC-SLP
Language Learning & Memory Lab Manager
Sign Up to Participate
(531) 355-5006 or fill out the form below: