Continued catch-up and language delay in children adopted from China.

@article{Roberts2005ContinuedCA,
  title={Continued catch-up and language delay in children adopted from China.},
  author={Jenny A Roberts and Karen Pollock and Rena A. Krakow},
  journal={Seminars in speech and language},
  year={2005},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={76-85}
}
Most internationally adopted children learn their new language rapidly after adoption. What is not known is whether these gains continue at the same developmental pace throughout the preschool years. To answer this question, the continued language development of the 10 lowest performers from a cohort of 55 preschool-aged children adopted from China was examined. All 55 children had originally been assessed approximately 2 years earlier as preschoolers. The purpose was to examine whether… CONTINUE READING