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Verbal deficits in Down's syndrome and specific language impairment: a comparison.

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BACKGROUND: Down's syndrome is a chromosome disorder characterized by a range of physical and psychological conditions, including language impairment. The severity of impairment is variable, and some components of the language system appear to be more affected than others. This description could also be applied to typically developing children diagnosed with specific language impairment. AIMS: To compare findings from the largely separate research literatures on these conditions, and to addr...

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Journal:
International journal of language and communication disorders / Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists
Volume:
39
Issue:
4
Pages:
423-451
Publication date:
2004
DOI:
EISSN:
1460-6984
ISSN:
1368-2822
URN:
uuid:611c17c9-d0a8-4136-a028-c621bbf8a40a
Source identifiers:
9535
Local pid:
pubs:9535

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