The title of the psychology study I read was, "Does speed of Processing or Vocabulary Size predict later language growth in Toddlers." The abstract of this article was written in one long continuous paragraph that detailed in summary version what the content of the paper was discussing, this means that the type of abstract utilized here is unstructured. The problem statement of this article is the following: "Inconsistencies across studies, however, mean that it is not clear whether this relationship is causal or correlational, whether it is present right across development, or whether it extends beyond word learning to affect other aspects of language learning, like syntax acquisition." This statement is basically saying that study has clearly defined the relationship between either speed processing or vocabulary size in language acquisition in toddlers. This problem statement ties into the gap that the researchers are attempting to fill, which is: is the relationship between vocabulary size/speed of processing correlational or casual in relation to language acogzation in toddlers. The aim of the article is to 1.) determine if vocabulary size or speed of processing is relevant to this study and 2.) then take one of those factors and determine if it's relationship is correlational or casual.