What Are Executive Functions and Self-Regulation and What Do They Have to Do With Language-Learning Disorders?

@article{Singer1999WhatAE,
  title={What Are Executive Functions and Self-Regulation and What Do They Have to Do With Language-Learning Disorders?},
  author={Bonnie D Singer and Anthony S Bashir},
  journal={Language, speech, and hearing services in schools},
  year={1999},
  volume={30 3},
  pages={265-273}
}
In this article, executive functions and selfregulation are defined and the reciprocal influence of these factors on the performance of students with language-learning disorders (LLD) is explored. A case study demonstrates the integration of executive functions, self-regulation, and language processes within speech and language assessment and intervention. Clinicians are urged to consider the interactive effects of executive function, self-regulatory, and language processes when addressing the… CONTINUE READING

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