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Haplotypes are specially important in the study of complex diseases since they contain more information about gene alleles than genotype data. However , getting haplotype data via experiments methods is techniquely difficult and expensive. Thus, haplotype inference through computational methods is practical and attractive. There are several models for(More)
PURPOSE To determine whether children with specific language impairment (SLI) show deficits in lexical-semantic organization and, if so, whether these deficits are commensurate with their delay in vocabulary size and whether the deficits affect all children with SLI. METHOD Fourteen children with SLI, 14 age matches (AM), and 14 expressive vocabulary(More)
PURPOSE In this study, the authors aimed to examine the accuracy, latency, and errors of noun (object) and verb (action) naming in children with and without specific language impairment (SLI) and to determine whether children with SLI have a particularly large noun-verb performance gap. METHOD Children with SLI, age-matched peers (AM), and expressive(More)