Outcomes of Early Language Delay: II. Etiology of Transient and Persistent Language Difficulties
- Speech and Language Disorders in Children. Wolski, William // Clinical Pediatrics;Oct1967, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p599
Focuses on speech and language disorders in children. Etiology and epidemiology; Signs and symptoms; Diagnosis and treatment options.
- Therapie von Kindlichen WortfindungsstÃ¶rungen nach dem Patholinguistischen Therapieansatz. Siegmüller, Julia // Forum Logopadie;sep2008, Vol. 22 Issue 5, p6
Word-finding difficulties are often described in language-disordered children in early school age or in preschoolers. Nevertheless the phenomenon is relatively unknown. This study provides a case series of single-case therapies all following the patholinguistic therapy approach. The profile...
- Prevalence of Speech Delay in 6-Year-Old Children and Comorbidity With Language Impairment. Shriberg, Lawrence D.; Tomblin, J. Bruce; McSweeny, Jane L. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Dec1999, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p1461
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.
- Auditory-Visual Integration in Language-Delayed Children. Holloway, Gorden F. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Apr1971, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p204
Twelve language-delayed children with non- specific etiologies were matched with children having normal language development for age, sex, and IQ. Measurement of auditory-visual integrative ability, visual-motor integrative ability, and perception of distorted speech revealed the two groups to...
- Specific Language Impairment: Preliminary Investigation of Factors Associated With Family History and With Patterns of Language Performance. Lahey, Margaret; Edwards, Jan // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Jun95, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p643
Obtains background history on 53 children with specific language impairment (SLI) to extend knowledge of family aggregation of speech/language/learning disorders (SLLD) among SLI children. Examination of factors associated with family history and with pattern of language performance.
- New Scales For the Assessment of Language Development in Young Children. Reynell, Joan; Huntle, R. M. C. // Journal of Learning Disabilities;Dec1971, Vol. 4 Issue 10, p549
The Reynell Developmental Language Scales (R.D.L.S.) were developed in response to a clinical need at a center for handicapped children. They are designed for the separate assessment of different aspects of language development over the age range one to five years. The scales are based on the...
- ESTUDO LONGITUDINAL DA ATENÃ‡ÃƒO COMPARTILHADA EM CRIANÃ‡AS AUTISTAS NÃƒO-VERBAIS. Farah, Leila Sandra Damião; Perissinoto, Jacy; Chiari, Brasília Maria // Revista CEFAC;2009, Vol. 11 Issue 4, p587
Purpose: to identify and characterize abilities of Joint Attention of non-verbal autistic children through the observation of communicative behaviors. Methods: the research involved 5 boys, between 5,9 and 8,6-year old, diagnosed as Autistic Disorder (DSM IV, 2002), recorded in two instances...
- Treatment Effects on Speech Intelligibility and Length of Utterance in Children with Specific Language and Intelligibility Impairments. Yoder, Paul; Camarata, Stephen; Gardner, Elizabeth // Journal of Early Intervention;Fall2005, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p34
This purpose of this randomized group experiment was (a) to test the post-treatment (i.e., immediately after treatment) and follow-up (i.e., 8 months after the end of treatment) efficacy of a treatment designed to facilitate both sentence length and speech intelligibility (i.e., broad target...
- Intonation Abilities of Children With Speech and Language Impairments. Wells, Bill; Peppe, Sue // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Feb2003, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p5
Intonation has been little studied in children with speech and language impairments, although deficits in related aspects of prosody have been hypothesized to underlie specific language impairment. In this study a new intonation battery, the Profiling Elements of Prosodic Systems-Child version...