Prevalence of Speech Delay in 6-Year-Old Children and Comorbidity With Language Impairment

Shriberg, Lawrence D.; Tomblin, J. Bruce; McSweeny, Jane L.
December 1999
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Dec1999, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p1461
Academic Journal
Presents a study which estimated the prevalence of speech delay in children and its commorbidity with language impairment using data generated from the Epidemiology of Special Language Impairment project. Methodology; Results; Conclusion; Implications for genetic studies.


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