The study aims to investigate how well English-speaking children between ages 3 and 5 are able to produce grammatical sentences in a picture description task.
The study aims to investigate how well English-speaking children between age 3 and age 5 are able to produce grammatical sentences in a picture description task. Percent grammatical sentences will be computed. Changes in percent grammatical sentences across ages will be evaluated. Results may assist clinicians in assessing children's development of grammatical skills.
The specific outcomes of this project will be identified by the faculty mentor at the beginning of your collaboration.
|Length of commitment||About a semester; 3-5 months|
|Start time||Fall, Spring|
|Level of collaboration||Individual student project|
|Who is eligible||Majors in linguistics, speech and hearing sciences, or closely related fields|
|Support||Funding is available after the completion of the preparation badge. See below.|
Students participating in this project might be interested in and eligible for the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Connect with the Office of Fellowships and Scholarships to learn more.
To engage with this project, you will work through a series of Project-Based Collaboration digital badges to guide your experience.
To get started, contact the project mentor using the contact information above to discuss availability and after you’ve received approval, you can start the Project Preparation Digital Badge. Here are helpful tips on how to contact a project mentor.
Once you have registered for the Project Preparation Digital Badge, you will receive further instructions related to the activities you will need to complete. In addition, you will also complete the following preparation activities for this particular project: