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Phonological Awareness and Word Recognition in Reading by Children With Autism
This research examined phonological awareness (PA) and single word reading in 14 school-age children with autism and 10 age-matched, typically developing (TD) children between 5-7 years. Two measuresExpand
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Verbal working memory and story retelling in school-age children with autism.
  • Cheryl Smith Gabig
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Language, speech, and hearing services in schools
  • 1 October 2008
PURPOSE This study examined verbal working memory and language ability in 15 school-age children with autism using 3 verbal working memory tasks and 1 story recall task. METHOD Three measures ofExpand
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Promoting Morphological Awareness in Children With Language Needs: Do the Common Core State Standards Pave the Way?
Recent research has acknowledged the importance of morphological awareness, beyond phonological awareness, to literacy achievement in both reading and writing for children, adolescents, and adults.Expand
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Variability in Language and Reading in High-Functioning Autism
Autism is a complex developmental disorder characterized by a triad of core deficits in verbal communication, reciprocal social interaction, and cognitive flexibility reflected in restrictive andExpand