Conversational characteristics of children with semantic-pragmatic disorder. II: What features lead to a judgement of inappropriacy?

@article{Bishop1989ConversationalCO,
  title={Conversational characteristics of children with semantic-pragmatic disorder. II: What features lead to a judgement of inappropriacy?},
  author={Dvm Bishop and Catherine A. Adams},
  journal={The British journal of disorders of communication},
  year={1989},
  volume={24 3},
  pages={
          241-63
        }
}
Independent raters scanned transcribed conversations from 57 language-impaired children and 67 control children aged from 4 to 12 years and identified instances where the normal flow of conversation appeared to be disrupted because the child's utterance was in some way inappropriate. It was found that adequate inter-rater reliability could be obtained using this procedure. Furthermore, test-retest correlations for inappropriacy were significant, indicating that this is a stable conversational… CONTINUE READING
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