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The purpose of this study was to determine if incidental language intervention with preschool language-delayed children increased the frequency of verbal and gestural speech acts. Subjects were four preverbal and four verbal children with mental retardation. The verbal subjects were selected to...
Two boys, aged 10 and 11, with vocabulary deficits and word finding problems are introduced to new vocabulary in two treatment conditions: (i) an elaborated mode in which words are used in the context of an activity involving semantically related words, and (ii) a definition mode in which they...
An Auditory-Pointing Span task was developed and then trialled with 43 language-normal, prep children aged 6;0 and with 8 language-disabled children. The language-disabled group performed below the prep mean. There were also differences in the factors underlying the two groups' performance. The...
This paper describes a piece of research carried out in a Unit for language-disordered children, in which the author observes a variety of methods of attentional recall used with the children displaying the weakest attentional skills. The efficacy of the various methods is examined, and the...
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