Intervention for mixed receptive–expressive language impairment: a review

@article{Boyle2010InterventionFM,
  title={Intervention for mixed receptive–expressive language impairment: a review},
  author={J. Boyle and E. McCartney and A. O'hare and J. Law},
  journal={Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology},
  year={2010},
  volume={52}
}
  • J. Boyle, E. McCartney, +1 author J. Law
  • Published 2010
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology
  • Studies indicate that language impairment that cannot be accounted for by factors such as below‐average non‐verbal ability, hearing impairment, behaviour or emotional problems, or neurological impairments affects some 6% of school‐age children. Language impairment with a receptive language component is more resistant to intervention than specific expressive or phonological delays, and carries a greater risk of comorbid behavioural difficulties as well as adverse outcomes for language… CONTINUE READING
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