Training Language and Literacy for Children Who Use CIs

  • STATUS
    Recruiting
  • participants needed
    120
  • sponsor
    Florida State University
Updated on 3 July 2022
deafness
cochlear implant
Accepts healthy volunteers

Summary

This study aims to determine the effectiveness of computer games to improve language and literacy outcomes for children who have hearing loss. Children will be assigned to one of four conditions: phonological awareness training, working memory training, phonological awareness + working memory training, or active control.

Description

Both phonological awareness and working memory are known to be important for children's language and literacy learning. Though there are computer games that claim to improve phonological awareness and working memory, it is unknown if these games will improve language and literacy skills for children who have hearing loss.

The investigators will first determine if the games are effective for improving language and phonological awareness in children with hearing loss relative to an active control condition. Secondly, the investigators will determine if gains in phonological awareness and working memory translate into gains in language and literacy skills relative to active control.

Details
Condition Hearing Loss, Sensorineural
Treatment Active control, Phonological Awareness, Working Memory, Working Memory, Phonological Awareness + Working Memory
Clinical Study IdentifierNCT03582566
SponsorFlorida State University
Last Modified on3 July 2022

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