Subject pronoun use by children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).

@article{Novogrodsky2013SubjectPU,
  title={Subject pronoun use by children with autism spectrum disorders (ASD).},
  author={Rama Novogrodsky},
  journal={Clinical linguistics & phonetics},
  year={2013},
  volume={27 2},
  pages={85-93}
}
In the current study, storytelling and story retelling by children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) were analyzed to explore ambiguous third-person pronoun use in narratives. Twenty-three children diagnosed with ASD aged 6;1 to 14;3 and 17 typically-developing (TD) children aged 5;11 to 14;4 participated in the study. In the retelling task, no significant difference between the groups was found, suggesting that in less challenging tasks, children with ASD produce third-person subject… CONTINUE READING
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