Developmental changes in brain response to speech perception in late-talking children: A longitudinal MMR study

@article{Chen2016DevelopmentalCI,
  title={Developmental changes in brain response to speech perception in late-talking children: A longitudinal MMR study},
  author={Yuchun Chen and Feng-Ming Tsao and Huei-Mei Liu},
  journal={Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience},
  year={2016},
  volume={19},
  pages={190-199}
}
This study used a longitudinal design to examine the development of mismatch responses (MMRs) to Mandarin lexical tones, an index of neural speech discriminative responses, in late talkers and typical controls at 3, 5, and 6 years of age. Lexical tones are phonetic suprasegments that distinguish the lexical meanings of syllables in tonal languages. The 2 year-old late talkers were later divided into persistent language delay and late bloomer groups according to their performance on standardized… CONTINUE READING
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