Early and late talkers: school-age language, literacy and neurolinguistic differences.

@article{Preston2010EarlyAL,
  title={Early and late talkers: school-age language, literacy and neurolinguistic differences.},
  author={Jonathan L. Preston and Stephen J. Frost and W. Einar Mencl and Robert K. Fulbright and Nicole Landi and Elena L. Grigorenko and Leslie K. Jacobsen and Kenneth R. Pugh},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2010},
  volume={133 Pt 8},
  pages={
          2185-95
        }
}
Early language development sets the stage for a lifetime of competence in language and literacy. However, the neural mechanisms associated with the relative advantages of early communication success, or the disadvantages of having delayed language development, are not well explored. In this study, 174 elementary school-age children whose parents reported that they started forming sentences 'early', 'on-time' or 'late' were evaluated with standardized measures of language, reading and spelling… CONTINUE READING
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