Text comprehension in Down syndrome: the role of lower and higher level abilities.

Abstract

The contribution of lower level linguistic abilities (study 1) and a higher level capacity, namely the use of context, (study 2), on text comprehension was studied. Participants were 16 individuals with Down syndrome aged between aged between 8 years 11 months and 16 years 10 months, and 16 children with typical development, aged between 5 years 11 months… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/02699200802673259

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@article{Levorato2009TextCI, title={Text comprehension in Down syndrome: the role of lower and higher level abilities.}, author={Maria Chiara Levorato and Maja Roch and Rossella Beltrame}, journal={Clinical linguistics & phonetics}, year={2009}, volume={23 4}, pages={285-300} }