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Does increased motor development always occur at the expense of speech development, or vice versa?

It is often said that infants / toddlers* develop in a focused manner. I am specifically interested in the notion that a quick development of speech occurs at the expense of motor skill development ...
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Is it true that IQ and verbal ability are not much correlated?

I read that people with high IQ are not necessarily good or better speakers or writers. I wonder if that is true. I read that for instance left-handed people are overrepresented among high IQ people ...
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Does Lego intervention improve children's completion score compared to normal SALT interventions?

I'm working with a child who refuses to perform any SLT activities without the aid of Lego. I was wondering if anyone knew any interesting interventions involving Lego compared to standard SALT ...
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Incomplete sentences

I am looking for studies which looks at understanding and preference of incomplete sentences. For example, is there a higher workload for (in)complete sentences or even though the sentence might be ...
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What are the differences between formulating a response in speech vs. formulating a written response?

I am specifically interested in the difference between these two processes during producing a response to a question. What are the differences of the cognitive process between those two scenarios? I ...
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Is there a name for “loopback teaching” technique (explaining something to yourself to learn it)?

Here's the description of a process which I call "loopback teaching": First, I learn something the "normal" way, e.g. by reading or watching. I imagine a person or multiple people which I think may ...
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is low pitched machine synthesized speech easier to comprehend at high rates?

all I have is anecdotal experience, try it out yourself. I couldn't find any published study, was anything published about that?