Childhood Language Disorder and Social Anxiety in Early Adulthood

@article{Brownlie2016ChildhoodLD,
  title={Childhood Language Disorder and Social Anxiety in Early Adulthood},
  author={Elizabeth Brownlie and Lin Bao and Joseph H. Beitchman},
  journal={Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology},
  year={2016},
  volume={44},
  pages={1061-1070}
}
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