The relationship between phonological short-term memory, receptive vocabulary, and fast mapping in children with specific language impairment.

@article{Jackson2016TheRB,
  title={The relationship between phonological short-term memory, receptive vocabulary, and fast mapping in children with specific language impairment.},
  author={Emily S Jackson and Suze Leit{\~a}o and Mary Claessen},
  journal={International journal of language & communication disorders},
  year={2016},
  volume={51 1},
  pages={
          61-73
        }
}
BACKGROUND Children with specific language impairment (SLI) often experience word-learning difficulties, which are suggested to originate in the early stage of word learning: fast mapping. Some previous research indicates significantly poorer fast mapping capabilities in children with SLI compared with typically developing (TD) counterparts, with a range of methodological factors impacting on the consistency of this finding. Research has explored key issues that might underlie fast mapping… CONTINUE READING
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