Three accounts of the grammatical morpheme difficulties of English-speaking children with
- Longitudinal Relationships Between Lexical and Grammatical Development in Typical and Late-Talking Children. Moyle, Maura Jones; Weismer, Susan Ellis; Evans, Julia L.; Lindstrom, Mary J. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Apr2007, Vol. 50 Issue 2, p508
Purpose: This study examined the longitudinal relationships between lexical and grammatical development in typically developing (TD) and late-talking children for the purposes of testing the single-mechanism account of language acquisition and comparing the developmental trajectories of lexical...
- Dealing with speech problems in a child. // Pulse;2/3/2003, Vol. 63 Issue 5, p62
Presents guidelines in dealing with speech problems of children in Great Britain. Factors contributing to the development of speech problems in children; Difference between speech problem and language problem; Assessment of the speech problems in children. INSET: Key points.
- ask Doctor Cory. // Humpty Dumpty's Magazine;May/Jun2009, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p34
The article offers advice concerning children, including speech disorder, pool drain entrapment and wearing a bike helmet.
- When to worry about baby talk. Gilbert, Susan // Redbook;Dec95, Vol. 186 Issue 2, p178
Focuses on telltale signs of speech pathology in children.
- `Lucy'. Allen, Julie // Exceptional Parent;Feb96, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p37
Recounts the improvements undergone by a girl named Shannan who had speech difficulties when she was 20 months old. Method suggested by a therapist to stimulate Shannan's attempt at communication; Use of positive reinforcement to encourage the child; Reduced number of visits to the speech...
- Disyllables as a link between babbling and first words. Stark, Rachel E. // ASHA;Summer96, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p44
Discusses whether two-consonant-vowel syllables have a link between late babbling and first words of children in the United States. Significance of the disyllables `mama' and `dada'; First meaningful words; Language acquisition; Speech of hearing-impaired children.
- Parenting. // Essence (Essence);Oct95, Vol. 26 Issue 6, p138
Offers suggestions to avoid speech problems in children by development of his speech during early age. Includes naming of objects during ages 1-2; Encouragement of using complete sentence during ages 2-3; Increase of child exposure during ages 3-4.
- Speech-language patterns in a child with moya moya disease. Magee, Rebecca; Marshall, Mary // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Dec94, Vol. 79 Issue 3, p1183
Describes the speech-language pattern of a child afflicted with Moya Moya disease. Causes and effects of the disease; Findings of its angiograms; Condition of the carotid artery; Types of collateral circulation; Comparison between rete mirabile and cerebral circulation.
- AUDITORY BACKWARD-MASKING PERFORMANCE BY CHILDREN WHO STUTTTER AND ITS RELATION TO DYSFLUENCY RATE. Howell, Peter; Rosen, Stuart // Perceptual & Motor Skills;Apr2000, Vol. 90 Issue 2, p355
Investigates the auditory backward-masking performance of children who stutter. Correlation of backward-masking threshold with frequency of stuttering; Central auditory processing problems of stutterers; Low backward-masking threshold of stutterers.