The Language and Learning study (SOL): Study profile and results so far
AbstractLanguage development is associated with cognitive, social and behavioral performance. A healthy language development is crucial for everyday functioning both during childhood and in adulthood. Language impairment is considered one of the most common neurodevelopmental impairments in children. The language and learning study (SOL) is a platform for multiple language projects. The main aim of SOL is to provide the best possible knowledge base for understanding causes and developmental trajectories of language impairments. Our results so far include knowledge about developmental trajectories of normal language development as well as developmental impairments. Additionally a number of risk and protective factors have been studied.
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