Speed of Processing, Working Memory, and Language Impairment in Children
- Importance of Pre-Educational and Post-Educational Language Tests and Effect of Training on the Diagnosis of Auditory Processing Disorders (APDs) in Children. Muluk, Nuray Bayar; Yalcinkaya, Fulya // Journal of International Advanced Otology;2011, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p386
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- A method for studying the generalized slowing hypothesis in children with specific language... Kail, Robert // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Apr94, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p418
Demonstrates a method for studying the generalized slowing hypothesis in children with specific language impairment. Limiting conditions; Mean response times; Research implications.
- Information processing by school-age children with specific... Gillam, Ronald B.; Cowan, Nelson; Marler, Jeffrey A. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Aug1998, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p913
Presents information on the study which tests children with specific language impairment and age-matched controls for immediate recall of digits presented visually, auditorily or audiovisually. Materials and methods; Procedures; Conclusions.
- In the Field. Grossman, Ronald P. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Dec1982, Vol. 15 Issue 10
Presents news briefs related to child psychology as of December 1982. Research on hemispheric specialization using information processing experiments; Effects of degree of stimulation during infancy on child development; Relationship between caloric supplementation and cognitive functioning in...
- Parent based language intervention for 2-year-old children with specific expressive language delay: a randomised controlled trial. A Buschmann // Archives of Disease in Childhood;Feb2009, Vol. 94 Issue 2, p110
OBJECTIVE: The aim of this randomised controlled trial was to evaluate the effectiveness of a short, highly structured parent based language intervention group programme for 2-year-old children with specific expressive language delay (SELD, without deficits in receptive language). METHODS: 61...
- Don't Delay. Arnold, Renea; Colburn, Nell // School Library Journal;Jun2005, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p31
Suggest ways on how librarians can help parents concerned with the language development of their children as well as children at risk of reading failure. Provision of resources that detail language-development milestones for young children; Suggestion of options for early-intervention; Use of...
- Preschool Word Learning During Joint Book Reading: Effect of Adult Questions and Comments. Ard, Lisa M.; Beverly, Brenda L. // Communication Disorders Quarterly;Fall2004, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p17
Adults naturally comment and pose questions during joint book reading (JBR), a recognized context for vocabulary acquisition. An original story containing 10 nonsense words mapped to novel referents was read to 40 typically developing preschoolers. Children who heard scripted questions and...
- A STUDY OF THE SYNTACTIC SKILLS OF NORMAL MIDDLE-SCHOOL MALES AND FEMALES. Klecan-Aker, Joan S. // Language & Speech;Jul-Sep84, Vol. 27 Issue 3, p205
Examines the syntactic skills of school-age males and females. Selection of subjects from the sixth and ninth grades, who were asked to create a narrative on a topic of their choice; Need for a thorough database on the language skills of normal school-age children as a critical factor in the...
- â€œBut I firstâ€¦ and then he kept pickingâ€: Narrative skill in Mandarin-speaking children with language impairment. Tsai, Wanyu; Chien-ju Chang // Narrative Inquiry;2008, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p349
This study investigates the narrative skill of school-aged children with language impairment in Taiwan. Twelve children, 6 children with language impairment (LI) and 6 children with typical language development (TLD), aged from 8;0 to 9;5 participated in this study. They were asked to tell three...