Early Childhood Stuttering III: Initial Status of Expressive Language Abilities
- Stuttering. Kefalianos, Elaina; Smith, Kylie; Reilly, Sheena // Pediatrics for Parents;Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 29 Issue 7/8, p30
The article focuses on the Early Language in Victoria Study (ELVS) which examines the development and onset of stuttering in infants called "ELVS Stuttering." The study involved infants ages 8-10 months in Melbourne, Victoria to determine the evolution and development of language impairment....
- Concomitant Disorders in School-Age Children Who Stutter. Arndt, Jennifer; Healey, E. Charles // Language, Speech & Hearing Services in Schools;Apr2001, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p68
Provides insights on concomitant phonological and language disorders in children who stutter. Percentage of stuttering children who also exhibit verified and suspected concomitant disorders; Criteria used to define a fluency disorder and two common concomitant disorders; Types and effectiveness...
- Specific Language Impairment in Families: Evidence for Co-Occurrence With Reading Impairments. Flax, Judy F.; Realpe-Bonilla, Teresa; Hirsch, Linda S.; Brzustowicz, Linda M.; Bartlett, Christopher W.; Tallal, Paula // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Jun2003, Vol. 46 Issue 3, p530
Two family aggregation studies report the occurrence and co-occurrence of oral language impairments (LIs) and reading impairments (RIs). Study 1 examined the occurrence (rate) of LI and RI in children with specific language impairment (SLI probands), a matched control group, and all nuclear...
- Linguistic Development in Stuttering Children. Pamplona, M.; Ysunza, A.; González, F. // Open Otorhinolaryngology Journal;2008, Vol. 2, p1
Normal fluency errors usually appear during language development, especially during the transition between the stages of one-word and simple phrases. In cases of stuttering the speaker produces several involuntary repetitions of phonemes, syllables, or words. The speaker can also show phoneme...
- Genetic aspects of early childhood stuttering. Ambrose, Nicoline Grinag; Yairi, Ehud // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Aug93, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p701
Quantifies the frequency of stuttering in relatives of pre-school-age children who stutter and who were first seen close to the onset of the disorder. Proportion of probands with a positive family history; Examination of familial incidence of stuttering; Segregation analyses.
- Temporal dynamics of repetitions during the early stage of childhood stuttering: An acoustic study. Nierman, Rebecca; Yairi, Ehud // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Oct94, Vol. 37 Issue 5, p1067
Discusses an acoustic study on temporal dynamics of repetitions during the early stage of childhood stuttering. Comparison of the duration characteristics of single-syllable whole-word repetitions and part-word repetitions; Identification of displaced episodes; Overall tendency for repetitions...
- The stuttering child: A guide. // Nutrition Health Review: The Consumer's Medical Journal;Spring90, Issue 54, p9
Focuses on child stuttering, a fluency irregularity that children experience in early speech development. Factors which cause stuttering in children; Benefits of positive verbal responses; Tips on how to encourage fluent speech development; Effect of ignoring stuttering in children.
- Language production abilities of children whose stuttering persisted or recovered. Watkins, Ruth V.; Yairi, Ehud // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Apr1997, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p385
Evaluates the language production capabilities of young children whose stuttering persisted or recovered. Language proficiency; Indices of production obtained from spontaneous language samples; Suggestion that examination of individual patterns of performance is necessary in clarifying the...
- Stuttering. Pellman, Harry // Pediatrics for Parents;1997, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p4
Provides information about the speech disorder affecting children referred to as stuttering. Ways of speech impairment; Predisposing factors; Highest incidence of disfluency in preschool age children; Tips to help parents take care of children with disfluency.