Celeste Domsch

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BACKGROUND Children who do not produce single words by the expected age have been described as 'late talkers' or as demonstrating 'late language emergence' (LLE). Although their short-term growth in vocabulary is often strong, longer-term consequences of LLE remain in dispute. It has been argued that the majority of school-age children who had LLE move into(More)
BACKGROUND Research has indicated that 24-36-month-olds with late language emergence ('late talkers') are at risk for later language-learning difficulties. Previous reviews have examined the efficacy of treatment for children with language delay/disorders; however, no systematic review has examined the effects of language treatment specifically for children(More)
To sound native-like, nonnative speakers need to approximate the articulatory patterns of native speakers. When nonnative speakers deviate from native speakers' production patterns, it gives rise to a nonnative accent. This study examines how proficiency in a second language (L2) is related to processing skills in L2, as measured by the accuracy of(More)
The Committee of Haemophilia of the GTH has established a central registry for all German centers treating patients with haemophilia. The intention was to establish a suitable system for collecting and analyzing epidemiological data relevant to bleeding disorders. The registry provides the database within the scope of the German Human-Genome-Project. The(More)
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