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Semantic and phonological fluency in children with Down syndrome: atypical organization of language or less efficient retrieval strategies?

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In this study the verbal fluency procedure was used to investigate the organization of semantic and phonological representations in children with Down syndrome (DS) and typically developing children, matched pairwise for receptive vocabulary age. Productivity was found to be significantly reduced in the DS group in both the semantic and the phonological tasks. However, group differences in the number of clusters as opposed to cluster size suggest that this may reflect less efficient retrieval...

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10.1080/02643290802274064

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Journal:
Cognitive neuropsychology
Volume:
25
Issue:
5
Pages:
690-703
Publication date:
2008-07-01
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EISSN:
1464-0627
ISSN:
0264-3294
Source identifiers:
376363
Language:
English
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2013-11-16

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