FROM FIRST WORDS TO GRAMMAR IN CHILDREN WITH FOCAL BRAIN INJURY

@inproceedings{Bates1997FROMFW,
  title={FROM FIRST WORDS TO GRAMMAR IN CHILDREN WITH FOCAL BRAIN INJURY},
  author={Elizabeth Bates and Doris Trauner},
  year={1997}
}
The effects of focal brain injury are investigated in the first stages of language development, during the passage from first words to grammar. Parent report and/or free speech data are reported for 53 infants and preschool children between 10-44 months of age. All children had suffered a single, unilateral brain injury to the left or right hemisphere, incurred before six months of age (usually in the pre-or perinatal period). This is the period in which we should expect to see maximal… CONTINUE READING
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