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Can a perceptual processing deficit explain the impairment of inflectional morphology in developmental dysphasia? A computational investigation.

@inproceedings{Hoeffner1993CanAP,
  title={Can a perceptual processing deficit explain the impairment of inflectional morphology in developmental dysphasia? A computational investigation.},
  author={J. Hoeffner and James L. McClelland},
  year={1993}
}
  • J. Hoeffner, James L. McClelland
  • Published 1993
  • Psychology
  • Developmental dysphasia (also referred to as specific language impairment) is a developmental language disorder in which children display delayed or abnormal language development but have normal non-verbal intelligence and no gross perceptual or neurological disorders. Several investigators have hypothesized that the underlying cause of developmental dysphasia is a subtle perceptual processing deficit. But there have also been criticisms of the perceptual processing account (Gopnik & Crago… CONTINUE READING
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