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Two Cantonese-speaking children with cleft palate participated in an EPG treatment programme focused on sibilants. Remediation was rapid, and systemic changes occurred as a result of generalization. Implications for the description of the nature of affricates, their developmental route and the...
This is a clinical case study of a 4-year-old boy (H.N.) who demonstrates an infrequently studied ‘semantic-pragmatic’ type of specific language impairment (SLI). In contrast to the disturbances of linguistic form that characterize the most frequently reported type of SLI, the...
Maximum performance tasks (MPT) were employed to quantify the speech motor capacities of children with dysarthria and developmental apraxia of speech. Specifically, several MPT (i.e. vowel prolongation, fricative prolongation, maximum syllable repetition rate) were conducted among nine carefully...
The study examines the use of singular personal pronouns in a group of 10 children with specific linguistic impairment (SLI), compared with a group often MLU-matched normally developing children. The testing situation consisted of a free play session interacting with a familiar adult. The major...
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