Fourteen-Year Follow-Up of Children With and Without Speech/Language Impairments: Speech/Language Stability and Outcomes

Johnson, Carla J.; Beitchman, Joseph H.; Young, Arlene; Escobar, Michael; Atkinson, Leslie; Wilson, Beth; Brownlie, E. B.; Douglas, Lori; Taback, Nathan; Lam, Isabel; Wang, Min
June 1999
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Jun1999, Vol. 42 Issue 3, p744
Academic Journal
Presents information on the outcomes of a longitudinal study of a community sample of children with or without speech and language impairments. Methodology; Speech and language assessments; Criteria for determining speech impairment; Clinical judgment criteria for language impairment.


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