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The Picture Elicited Screening Procedure (PESP) grew out of an attempt to improve the scoring system for the Renfrew Action Picture Test (RAPT), and resulted in a set of 10 eliciting pictures and a scoring procedure based on LARSP. The PESP score indicates the syntactic complexity of the...
This case study describes the speech development of a boy (G) between the ages of 1;7 and 4;0. During this period G was receiving intensive speech therapy to facilitate his speech development as it was evident that he had difficulties learning to pronounce. G was given therapy at such an early...
This article describes S, a phonologically-disordered preschooler who demonstrated an unusual learning style during ten months of treatment. She had an apparent preference for learning one new phonological pattern at a time, progressing to near mastery on a given pattern before beginning...
Very little research has followed up children who have attended language units. This study used a qualitative method both to explore the process of integration for four children who transferred from a language unit to their local schools and to consider the way these children were functioning a...
This study compared composite orthographic and phonetic transcripts derived from the same language sample collected from a three-year-old hearing child of deaf parents. Specifically, discrepancies between the transcripts which involved the use of grammatical morphemes were selected for analysis....
In the conversations of children with pragmatic difficulties, breakdown frequently occurs in the establishment of referent and in the associated area of cohesion, both of which involve organizational skills. This paper introduces a procedure for the assessment of unestablished referent in...
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