Correlation Between Cognitive Abilities and Language Level in Cochlear Implanted Children

@article{LinaGranade2010CorrelationBC,
  title={Correlation Between Cognitive Abilities and Language Level in Cochlear Implanted Children},
  author={G. Lina-Granade and I. Comte-gervais and Laurie Gippon and Ga{\"e}lle Nappez and Elodie Morin and E. Truy},
  journal={Cochlear Implants International},
  year={2010},
  volume={11},
  pages={327 - 331}
}
Numerous factors influence oral language development in cochlear implanted children, especially age at implantation, environment, rehabilitation, but also additional problems. Apart from obvious neurological problems or mental deficiency, part of the outcomes heterogeneity in cochlear implanted children might be explained by cognitive factors. In some cases one could even wonder whether Specific Language Impairment (SLI), which is a constitutional and severe language disorder described in… Expand
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