The nature of word-finding errors of preschoolers with and without word-finding deficits

McGregor, Karla K.
December 1997
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Dec1997, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p1232
Academic Journal
Explores the types of word-finding errors made by children during the preschool years. Specific errors made by the word-finding deficits (WF) and normally developing (ND) children; Difference of word-finding error types from confrontation naming and discourse; Individual differences in word-finding error types; Semantic errors as an indication of word-finding development.


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