The Relationship Between Event Representation and Linguistic Skill in Narratives of Children and Adolescents With Down Syndrome

Boudreau, Donna M.; Chapman, Robin S.
October 2000
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Oct2000, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p1146
Academic Journal
Presents a study which examines the relationship between event representation and linguistic skill narratives of children and adolescents with Down's syndrome. Details on the narrative abilities of children with mental retardation and language impairment; Methodology of the study; Discussion on the results of the study.


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