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The Prevalence, Stability and Significance of Developmental Language Delay in Preschool Children

The Prevalence, Stability and Significance of Developmental Language Delay in Preschool Children,10.1111/j.1469-8749.1980.tb03743.x,Developmental Medi

The Prevalence, Stability and Significance of Developmental Language Delay in Preschool Children   (Citations: 41)
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Journal: Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology - DEVELOP MED CHILD NEUROL , vol. 22, no. 6, pp. 768-777, 2008
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    • ...Longitudinal data from children with early language impairments indicate that it is not unusual for language deficits to become less severe, or in fact, resolve completely over the course of the preschool years (Bishop & Edmundson, 1987; Scarborough & Dobrich, 1990; Silva, 1980)...

    SHANA E. CYRULNIKet al. Cognitive and adaptive deficits in young children with Duchenne muscul...

    • ...anguage impairment with associated comprehension deficits results in a more severely disabling condition with a poorer long-term prognosis than does expressive language impairment (Bishop & Edmundson, 1987a, 1987b; Silva, 1980; Silva, McGee, & Williams, 1983; Silva, Williams, & McGee, 1987)...
    • ...Children with both comprehension and expressive language impairment are at greatest risk for having continuing deficits in their teen and adult years (Johnson et al., 1999; Rutter & Mawhood, 1991; Silva, 1980; Silva et al., 1983; Silva et al., 1987; Stothard, Snowling, Bishop, Chipchase, & Kaplan, 1998; Tomblin, Freese, & Records, 1992), which impacts their social, academic, and vocational success, and hence, prohibits their ...

    Elizabeth Skarakis-Doyleet al. Identifying Language Comprehension Impairment in Preschool Children

    • ...found a 1% prevalence from estimates of mentally retarded adults, rather than directly examining children.Auditory language delay was the most frequently occurring specific disorder (12.9%), being consistent with the poor educational and language skill level for the selected families. These results agreed with Silva’s [...

    Alberto Velez van Meerbekeet al. Prevalence of Delayed Neurodevelopment in Children from Bogotá, Colomb...

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