Real-time inflectional processing by children with specific language impairment: effects of phonetic substance.


In this study, we examined the processing of low-phonetic-substance inflections (e.g., third-person-singular -s, past-tense -ed) versus a higher-phonetic-substance inflection (e.g., present-progressive -ing) by children with specific language impairment (SLI) in two types of receptive tasks. Twenty-one children with SLI (Age: 8 years;6 months), 21… (More)


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