Objectives: This study examined cognitive flexibility in implicit learning through manipulating item frequency and predictive probability in children with and without specific language impairment (SLI). The purpose of this study was to determine whether a significant difference ...
Objectives: The standard evaluation tools widely used today cannot accurately assess the learning ability of bilingual children. For this reason, we produced the Novel Bound-Morpheme Generalization task (NBMG) in both English and Korean to measure bilingual children’s ability t...
Objectives: In order to teach spelling effectively to children with reading disabilities, they need to be taught to understand the phonological system. Phonological awareness training has been conducted using various methods and media; following current technological trends, rob...
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