Plasticity and Reorganization During Language Development in Children with Early Brain Injury

@article{Vicari2000PlasticityAR,
  title={Plasticity and Reorganization During Language Development in Children with Early Brain Injury},
  author={Stefano Vicari and Alessandro Albertoni and Anna Maria Chilosi and Paola Cipriani and Enda Bates},
  journal={Cortex},
  year={2000},
  volume={36},
  pages={31-46}
}
Although some studies have reported subtle language deficits following early focal brain lesions (EFBL), most studies find no evidence for differential language outcomes as a function of lesion side or lesion type in children with congenital injuries to one side of the brain. However, recent prospective studies of the first stages of language development in English-speaking children with EFBL have reported greater delays in expressive vocabulary in children with left-hemisphere damage… CONTINUE READING

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