The roles of private speech and inner speech in planning during middle childhood: evidence from a dual task paradigm.

@article{Lidstone2010TheRO,
  title={The roles of private speech and inner speech in planning during middle childhood: evidence from a dual task paradigm.},
  author={Jane S M Lidstone and Elizabeth Meins and Charles Fernyhough},
  journal={Journal of experimental child psychology},
  year={2010},
  volume={107 4},
  pages={438-51}
}
Children often talk themselves through their activities, producing private speech that is internalized to form inner speech. This study assessed the effect of articulatory suppression (which suppresses private and inner speech) on Tower of London performance in 7- to 10-year-olds, relative to performance in a control condition with a nonverbal secondary task. Experiment 1 showed no effect of articulatory suppression on performance with the standard Tower of London procedure; we interpret this… CONTINUE READING
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