Children with specific language impairment show difficulties in sensory modulation.

  title={Children with specific language impairment show difficulties in sensory modulation.},
  author={Marion N Taal and Andr{\'e} B Rietman and Sjoeke van der Meulen and Maria Schipper and Philippe H. Dejonckere},
  journal={Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology},
  volume={38 2},
The purpose of this study is to investigate whether a group of 116 Dutch children with specific language impairment (SLI) shows differences in sensory processing when compared to a control group of age-matched 4-7-year-old typical peers. The Sensory Profile-NL-a standardized questionnaire of 125 items-was completed by caregivers of children in both groups. Children with SLI differed significantly from the control group on all 14 section scores and 4 quadrant scores of the Sensory Profile-NL… CONTINUE READING

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