Illusory Recovery: Are Recovered Children With Early Language Delay at Continuing Elevated Risk?

@inproceedings{Dale2014IllusoryRA,
  title={Illusory Recovery: Are Recovered Children With Early Language Delay at Continuing Elevated Risk?},
  author={Philip S Dale and Andrew J. McMillan and Marianna E. Hayiou-Thomas and Robert Plomin},
  booktitle={American journal of speech-language pathology},
  year={2014}
}
PURPOSE To examine the later development of language and literacy of children who had delayed language at age 2 but were in the normal range at age 4. METHOD Longitudinal data were analyzed from 3,598 pairs of twins participating in the Twins Early Development Study (TEDS). Six hundred thirty-three twins (8.8%) were delayed at age 2 based on parent-reported expressive vocabulary, and of these, 373 (59.0%) were classified as recovered based on 4-year measures. Each recovered 4-year-old was… CONTINUE READING
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