Jayne Ramirez-Inscoe

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OBJECTIVES To examine the nature of previously unexplained, severe language impairments in some children using a cochlear implant (CI). DESIGN Six prelingually deaf children with unexplained, "disproportionate" language problems (DLI group) were matched to Control children on etiology, age at implantation, and CI experience. All children completed a test(More)
OBJECTIVES We previously presented evidence for the existence of a "disproportionate language impairment" (DLI) in a small sample of children using a cochlear implant (CI) who had a good surgical outcome and who were otherwise unimpaired, including typical nonverbal intelligence quotient. Herein, we studied a larger sample of children with DLI who were CI(More)
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