Infant Speech-in-Noise Perception and Later Phonological Awareness: A Longitudinal Study

While differences have been found in the ability of infants on a variety of speech perception skills including speech perception in the presence of background noise, the implications of these differences on later language skills are currently unknown. This study examines the relationship between a specific measure of infant speech perception in noise and later phonological awareness outcomes…


Chapter 1: Introduction
Infant speech-perception and language development
Impact of noise on speech perception
Relationship between speech perception in noise and phonological awareness
Research Questions/Hypothesis
Chapter 2: Methods
Chapter 3: Data Analysis and Results
Chapter 4: Discussion
Potential issues with the original study
Potential issues with the follow-up study
Potential that there is no relationship…


Author: Stimley, Sarah Elizabeth

Source: University of Maryland

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