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Body movement imitation and early language as predictors of later social communication and language outcomes: A longitudinal study

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Background and aims: Over recent decades much research has focused on detecting predictors of different language trajectories in children with early language delay but there has been very little exploration of social communication trajectories in these children. We report a longitudinal study that investigated the predictive value and clinical significance of elicited body movement imitation and language for later social communication and language outcome in Late Talkers.
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10.1177/2396941516656636

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Oxford
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Oxford, MSD, Experimental Psychology
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Autism & Developmental Language Impairments Journal website
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Publication date:
2016-07-18
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2016-01-01
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2396-9415
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2396-9415
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pubs:640093
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uri:c5baf488-a854-4844-887f-a8630ba65028
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uuid:c5baf488-a854-4844-887f-a8630ba65028
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pubs:640093

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