Laurence Ashmore

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To evaluate the effect of elicitation stimuli and situations, expressive language samples were obtained from 10 normal children and 10 language-disordered children in four location-stimulus combinations and from wireless radio telemetry. These language samples were analyzed using the procedures of Developmental Sentence Scoring, Mean Length of Utterance,(More)
Expressive language samples were obtained from normal and language-disordered children through standard interview procedures and through wireless radiotelemetry. Comparisons of these samples using Developmental Sentence Scoring (DSS), mean length of utterance (MLU), and inflectional scoring indicated significant differences between the groups of children,(More)
The receptive and expressive wh interrogative performance of language-delayed children was investigated. Results indicated a series of response strategies and expressive performance strikingly similar to normal children in the early stages of language acquisition. These results suggest that the delayed children develop the same order of acquisition and(More)
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