Toward diagnostic and phenotype markers for genetically transmitted speech delay.

@article{Shriberg2005TowardDA,
  title={Toward diagnostic and phenotype markers for genetically transmitted speech delay.},
  author={Lawrence Shriberg and Barbara A. Lewis and J. Bruce Tomblin and JANE L. MCSWEENY and Heather Karlsson and Alison R Scheer},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  year={2005},
  volume={48 4},
  pages={834-52}
}
Converging evidence supports the hypothesis that the most common subtype of childhood speech sound disorder (SSD) of currently unknown origin is genetically transmitted. We report the first findings toward a set of diagnostic markers to differentiate this proposed etiological subtype (provisionally termed speech delay-genetic) from other proposed subtypes of SSD of unknown origin. Conversational speech samples from 72 preschool children with speech delay of unknown origin from 3 research… CONTINUE READING
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