Acquisition of linguistic and cognitive skills by children

Broen, Patricia A.; Devers, Monica C.; Doyle, Shirley S.; Prouty, Jo McCauley; Moller, Karlind T.
June 1998
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Jun1998, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p676
Academic Journal
Presents a study that compared the early cognitive and linguistic development of young children with cleft palate to that of noncleft children. Information on Minnesota child development inventory; Cognitive developmental measures; Hearing and velopharyngeal function.


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