Reading to a Parent: Children with Cochlear Implants

Last Updated: Monday, August 08, 2016

Principal Investigator: C. Melanie Schuele, Ph.D.

Description

The Child Language and Literacy Lab is looking for second and third graders to participate in a study to explore the interactions when children read to their parents.

What will your child do?

  • Read to a parent
  • Complete a speech, language, and literacy evaluation
  • Participation will require one visit to our playroom at Vanderbilt and will take about two hours

You and your child will be compensated for participation.

More information on the CHILD LANGUAGE AND LITERACY LAB here.

Participant Criteria

Children who are in 2nd or 3rd grade. We need children with cochlear implant(s) to participate in this study.

Compensation

Speech, language, and reading assessments at no cost to you, $50 gift card, age-appropriate children’s book

Visit Requirements

1 visit to Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center

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Contact Information

Jessica Brock, B.S.
(615) 936-5136
languagelab@vanderbilt.edu

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