Receptive language skills of adolescents and young adults with down or fragile X syndrome.

@article{Abbeduto2003ReceptiveLS,
  title={Receptive language skills of adolescents and young adults with down or fragile X syndrome.},
  author={Leonard J Abbeduto and Melissa M. Murphy and Stephanie W. Cawthon and Erica Kesin Richmond and Michelle D Weissman and Selma Karadottir and Anne E O'Brien},
  journal={American journal of mental retardation : AJMR},
  year={2003},
  volume={108 3},
  pages={149-60}
}
We investigated the receptive language of adolescents and young adults with Down syndrome (n = 25) or fragile X syndrome (n = 19). We were interested in syndrome differences and gender differences within fragile X. Comparison of the syndromes and MA-matched typically developing children (n = 24) revealed that individuals with the syndromes differed in relative achievements across the domains of receptive vocabulary, receptive syntax, and nonverbal cognition as well as in the organization of… CONTINUE READING
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