Language disorders as a child-rearing problem

Language disorders as a child-rearing problem,10.1177/026565909100700204,Child Language Teaching & Therapy,Sieneke M. Goorhuis-Brouwer,Barbara J. Wijn

Language disorders as a child-rearing problem  
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In a group of 46 language-disturbed children we investigated the parent-child interactions during an interview and a home-observation. The parent-child interactions were compared with the same interactions in a control group. Significant differences were found between the two groups. In language-disturbed children, parents are more conscious of their language stimulation, but they do this in a way that does not suit the child. These results support the notion that changing the interactions between parent and child is, next to language therapy, an important step in intervention.
Journal: Child Language Teaching & Therapy - CHILD LANG TEACH THER , vol. 7, no. 2, pp. 161-166, 1991
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