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The Production of Complex Syntax in Spontaneous Language by 4-Year-Old Children With Hearing Loss (2021)

Werfel, K. L., Reynolds, G., Hudgins, S., Castaldo, M., & Lund, E. A. (2021). The production of complex syntax in spontaneous language by 4-year-old children with hearing loss. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 30(2), 609-621.

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The authors of this study aim to investigate and analyze how children with hearing loss use complex syntax, and how this may differ from similar-aged peers with no hearing loss. To define complex syntax, the authors describe this language skill as us ...

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Population:

Pediatric

Discipline:

SLP

Diagnosis:

Deaf/HOHLanguage Development