Judgments of omitted BE and DO in questions as extended finiteness clinical markers of specific language impairment (SLI) to 15 years: a study of growth and asymptote.

@article{Rice2009JudgmentsOO,
  title={Judgments of omitted BE and DO in questions as extended finiteness clinical markers of specific language impairment (SLI) to 15 years: a study of growth and asymptote.},
  author={Mabel L. Rice and Lesa Hoffman and Ken Wexler},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  year={2009},
  volume={52 6},
  pages={1417-33}
}
PURPOSE Clinical grammar markers are needed for children with SLI older than 8 years. This study followed children who were previously studied on sentences with omitted finiteness to determine if affected children continue to perform at low levels and to examine possible predictors of low performance. This is the first longitudinal report of grammaticality judgments of questions. METHOD Three groups of children participated: 20 SLI, 20 age controls, and 18 language-matched controls, followed… CONTINUE READING

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