Psych Squad

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Psych Squad: Poster Draft

Below is the link to our poster draft! Feel free to leave any comments or suggestions on the document. We really appreciate it!https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/17FcGtns3IiwI6mqHrwB_ada1JGR3m0cxtTfhj6-T3kM/edit?usp=sharing

Psych Squad: Week 9 (Moonshot Prototype)

As a reminder, our question is “How can we increase speech input from the environment in order to aid in language skills development in people with Down syndrome?” The solution we chose to move forward with is: Build an AI that tracks the child’s language development and their speech

Psych Squad: Is Wearable AI Feasible?(Moonshot 4: Expert Review)

Our question is, “How can we increase speech input from the environment in order to aid in language skills development in people with Down syndrome? The solution we chose to move forward with is: Build an AI that tracks the child’s language development and their speech intake via microphones

Psych Squad: Is AI the Solution? Feedback

Solution 1:Build a wearable device that translates the child with Down Syndrome’s thoughts into a machine that says what they are thinking.This could increase the communication between a child with Down syndrome and their immediate environment. How the device is going to translate the child’s thoughts

Psych Squad: Is AI the solution? (Week 5: Moonshot 2)

For our first draft of our moonshot, we decided to focus on the language skill deficits common in individuals with Down Syndrome. After some research, we found that individuals with Down Syndrome often receive less speech input from their environments which results in delayed language learning. We also found that

Meet the Psych Squad!

Alexander Auchus is a Senior from Jackson, Mississippi majoring in Psychology. He is interested in neurology, developmental disorders, and medicine generally. Alex hopes to attend medical school the future. Alex decided to take LING 104 because he has never taken a linguistic course before but has recently become interested in