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The effect of two therapy methods in the treatment of word-finding problems during a confrontational picture-naming situation are com pared in two groups of severely language-impaired children. A treat ment technique that promotes the strengthening of the children's seman tic networking and...
Two children aged 10 and 11 years with speech and literacy difficulties are presented to illustrate the need to differentiate PHONOLOGICAL DISORDER in a linguistic sense from PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING DISORDER in a cognitive sense. Although both children presented with a similar general pattern in...
This is a study of lexical processing in a 6-year-old whose spontaneous output shows word-finding problems, phonological errors, and occa sional semantic errors. In order to investigate the level(s) of processing responsible for these errors, tasks tapping different stages of input and output...
This case study describes the work undertaken with a child who has severe dyspraxia and literacy problems. The support teacher and speech and language therapist worked together to enable the pupil to acquire greater phonological awareness by means of a multisensory approach, in which great...
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