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The aim of the VALID project is to design and set up a data archive in which old, current and future data can be brought together, and to set new standards for future data collection. This will broaden and redefine the research agenda in language and speech pathology and the emphasis on a multitude of data will trigger multidisciplinary studies. The research groups involved have agreed to continue their efforts to create the VALID data archive and are supported by their research institutes. All data sets will be available for other researchers and additional research.; ; ; ;Control test for the congnitive flexibility test (IED);Aim data collection: Finding out whether there is a link between executive function and language, both in children with ADHD and in children with SLI. All tests are performed by 26 children diagonosed with ADHD (combined and mainly hyperactive impulsive subtypes) and two control groups, consisting of 22 normal developing children, 19 children with SLI. All children in the age range 7;0-8;11, 81% male and 19% female. Two types of test are distinguished, language tasks and neuro-psychological tasks. LANGUAGE TASKS: (1) NARRATIVE TASK: written scriptlog accounts of frog story (2) REPETITION TASK: Sentence imitation task (ZIT) and non-word repetition task. (3) LANGUAGE QUESTIONNAIRE: children communication checklist-II (Bishop (2003)) NEURO-PSYCHOLOGICAL TASKS: 6 tests from the CANTAB testing battery: (1) MOT (control test), (2) BLC (control test), (3) SST, (4) SWM, (5) SOC, (6) IED and one non-verbal fluency test: FPT

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