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    1. Rosen, S; Manganari, E
      Is there a relationship between speech and nonspeech auditory processing in children with dyslexia?

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    2. Marshall, CM; Snowling, MJ; Bailey, PJ
      Rapid auditory processing and phonological ability in normal readers and readers with dyslexia

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    3. Jimerson, TL; Bond, LA
      Mothers' epistemologies, turn-taking, and contingent interaction with preschoolers

      JOURNAL OF APPLIED DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    4. Nation, K; Marshall, CM; Snowling, MJ
      Phonological and semantic contributions to children's picture naming skill: Evidence from children with developmental reading disorders

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    5. Dockrell, JE; Messer, D; George, R
      Patterns of naming objects and actions in children with word finding difficulties

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    6. Perez-Pereira, M; Conti-Ramsden, G
      The use of directives in verbal interactions between blind children and their mothers

      JOURNAL OF VISUAL IMPAIRMENT & BLINDNESS
    7. Rescorla, L; Bascome, A; Lampard, J; Feeny, N
      Conversational patterns in late talkers at age 3

      APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    8. Ravizza, SM
      Relating selective brain damage to impairments with voicing contrasts

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    9. Mather, DS
      Does dyslexia develop from learning the alphabet in the wrong hemisphere? A cognitive neuroscience analysis

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    10. Ehrle, N; Samson, S; Baulac, M
      Processing of rapid auditory information in epileptic patients with left temporal lobe damage

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    11. Stiegler, LN; Hoffman, PR
      Discourse-based intervention for word finding in children

      JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    12. Schonweiler, R; Wubbelt, P; Tolloczko, R; Rose, C; Ptok, M
      Classification of passive auditory event-related potentials using discriminant analysis and self-organizing feature maps

      AUDIOLOGY AND NEURO-OTOLOGY
    13. McAnally, KI; Castles, A; Stuart, GW
      Visual and auditory processing impairments in subtypes of developmental dyslexia: A discussion

      JOURNAL OF DEVELOPMENTAL AND PHYSICAL DISABILITIES
    14. Lyn, H; Savage-Rumbaugh, ES
      Observational word learning in two bonobos (Pan paniscus): ostensive and non-ostensive contexts

      LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION
    15. Storkel, HL; Rogers, MA
      The effect of probabilistic phonotactics on lexical acquisition

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    16. Semrud-Clikeman, M; Guy, K; Griffin, JD; Hynd, GW
      Rapid naming deficits in children and adolescents with reading disabilities and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    17. Plante, E; Van Petten, C; Senkfor, AJ
      Electrophysiological dissociation between verbal and nonverbal semantic processing in learning disabled adults

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    18. van der Lely, HKJ; Christian, V
      Lexical word formation in children with grammatical SLI: a grammar-specific versus an input-processing deficit?

      COGNITION
    19. van der Lely, HKJ
      Learning from grammatical SLI - Response

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    20. Larrivee, LS; Catts, HW
      Early reading achievement in children with expressive phonological disorders

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
    21. Grant, AC; Zangaladze, A; Thiagarajah, MC; Sathian, K
      Tactile perception in developmental dyslexia: a psychophysical study usinggratings

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    22. Nagarajan, S; Mahncke, H; Salz, T; Tallal, P; Roberts, T; Merzenich, MM
      Cortical auditory signal processing in poor readers

      PROCEEDINGS OF THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
    23. Tsimpli, IM; Stavrakaki, S
      The effects of a morphosyntactic deficit in the determiner system: The case of a Greek SLI child

      LINGUA
    24. Bradlow, AR; Kraus, N; Nicol, TG; McGee, TJ; Cunningham, J; Zecker, SG
      Effects of lengthened formant transition duration on discrimination and neural representation of synthetic CV syllables by normal and learning-disabled children

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    25. MCGREGOR KK; WAXMAN SR
      OBJECT NAMING AT MULTIPLE HIERARCHICAL LEVELS - A COMPARISON OF PRESCHOOLERS WITH AND WITHOUT WORD-FINDING DEFICITS

      Journal of child language
    26. KLOTH S; JANSSEN P; KRAAIMAAT F; BRUTTEN GJ
      COMMUNICATIVE STYLES OF MOTHERS INTERACTING WITH THEIR PRESCHOOL-AGE CHILDREN - A FACTOR-ANALYTIC STUDY

      Journal of child language
    27. Rispoli, M
      Patterns of pronoun case error

      JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE
    28. RESCORLA L; MERRIN L
      COMMUNICATIVE INTENT IN LATE-TALKING TODDLERS

      Applied psycholinguistics
    29. KIESEHIMMEL C; HOCH J; LIEBECK H
      PSYCHOLOGICAL-MEASUREMENT OF TACTILE-KINE STHETIC PERCEPTION IN EARLY-CHILDHOOD

      Praxis der Kinderpsychologie und Kinderpsychiatrie
    30. GATHERCOLE SE
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEMORY

      Journal of child psychology and psychiatry and allied disciplines
    31. CLAHSEN H; ALMAZAN M
      SYNTAX AND MORPHOLOGY IN WILLIAMS-SYNDROME

      Cognition
    32. REDMOND SM; RICE ML
      THE SOCIOEMOTIONAL BEHAVIORS OF CHILDREN WITH SLI - SOCIAL ADAPTATIONOR SOCIAL DEVIANCE

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    33. RISPOLI M
      ME OR MY - 2 DIFFERENT PATTERNS OF PRONOUN CASE ERRORS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    34. ANDERSON RT
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF GRAMMATICAL CASE DISTINCTIONS IN THE USE OF PERSONAL PRONOUNS BY SPANISH-SPEAKING PRESCHOOLERS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    35. MARTINS IP
      CHILDHOOD APHASIAS

      Clinical neuroscience
    36. BISHOP DVM
      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND DEVELOPMENTAL DISORDERS - UNCOMFORTABLEBEDFELLOWS

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    37. MCGREGOR KK
      PROSODIC INFLUENCES ON CHILDRENS GRAMMATICAL MORPHOLOGY

      Topics in language disorders
    38. HOLOPAINEN IE; KORPILAHTI P; JUOTTONEN K; LANG H; SILLANPAA M
      ATTENUATED AUDITORY EVENT-RELATED POTENTIAL (MISMATCH NEGATIVITY) IN CHILDREN WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DYSPHASIA

      Neuropediatrics
    39. BATES E; GOODMAN JC
      ON THE INSEPARABILITY OF GRAMMAR AND THE LEXICON - EVIDENCE FROM ACQUISITION, APHASIA AND REAL-TIME PROCESSING

      Language and cognitive processes
    40. CONSTABLE A; STACKHOUSE J; WELLS B
      DEVELOPMENTAL WORD-FINDING DIFFICULTIES AND PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING -THE CASE OF THE MISSING HANDCUFFS

      Applied psycholinguistics
    41. LOCKE JL
      A THEORY OF NEUROLINGUISTIC DEVELOPMENT

      Brain and language
    42. TEMPLE CM
      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND ITS APPLICATION TO CHILDREN

      Journal of child psychology and psychiatry and allied disciplines
    43. MCGREGOR KK
      THE NATURE OF WORD-FINDING ERRORS OF PRESCHOOLERS WITH AND WITHOUT WORD-FINDING DEFICITS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    44. MCANALLY KI; HANSEN PC; CORNELISSEN PL; STEIN JF
      EFFECT OF TIME AND FREQUENCY MANIPULATION ON SYLLABLE PERCEPTION IN DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXICS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    45. KIERNAN B; SNOW D; SWISHER L; VANCE R
      ANOTHER LOOK AT NONVERBAL RULE INDUCTION IN CHILDREN WITH SLI - TESTING A FLEXIBLE RECONCEPTUALIZATION HYPOTHESIS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    46. BENASICH AA; TALLAL P
      AUDITORY TEMPORAL PROCESSING THRESHOLDS, HABITUATION, AND RECOGNITIONMEMORY OVER THE 1ST YEAR

      Infant behavior & development
    47. MERZENICH M; WRIGHT B; JENKINS W; XERRI C; BYL N; MILLER S; TALLAL P
      CORTICAL PLASTICITY UNDERLYING PERCEPTUAL, MOTOR, AND COGNITIVE SKILLDEVELOPMENT - IMPLICATIONS FOR NEUROREHABILITATION

      Cold Spring Harbor Symposia on Quantitative Biology
    48. JOHNSON CJ; PAIVIO A; CLARK JM
      COGNITIVE COMPONENTS OF PICTURE NAMING

      Psychological bulletin
    49. MCGREGOR KK; WINDSOR J
      EFFECTS OF PRIMING ON THE NAMING ACCURACY OF PRESCHOOLERS WITH WORD-FINDING DEFICITS

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    50. GURALNICK MJ; CONNOR RT; HAMMOND MA; GOTTMAN JM; KINNISH K
      THE PEER RELATIONS OF PRESCHOOL-CHILDREN WITH COMMUNICATION DISORDERS

      Child development
    51. FARMER ME; KLEIN RM
      THE EVIDENCE FOR A TEMPORAL PROCESSING DEFICIT LINKED TO DYSLEXIA - AREVIEW

      Psychonomic bulletin & review
    52. RUSTIN L
      PARENTS AND FAMILIES OF CHILDREN WITH COMMUNICATION DISORDERS

      Folia phoniatrica et logopaedica
    53. TALLAL P; MILLER S; FITCH RH
      NEUROBIOLOGICAL BASIS OF SPEECH - A CASE FOR THE PREEMINENCE OF TEMPORAL PROCESSING

      Irish journal of psychology
    54. CHAFETZ J
      THE CLOSED-CLASS VOCABULARY AS A CLOSED SET

      Applied psycholinguistics
    55. MCGREGOR KK
      USE OF PHONOLOGICAL INFORMATION IN A WORD-FINDING TREATMENT FOR CHILDREN

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    56. WRIGHT SH
      TEACHING WORD-FINDING STRATEGIES TO SEVERELY LANGUAGE-IMPAIRED CHILDREN

      European journal of disorders of communication
    57. POWELL TW; GERMANI MJ
      LINGUISTIC, INTELLECTUAL, AND ADAPTIVE-BEHAVIOR SKILLS IN A SAMPLE OFCHILDREN WITH COMMUNICATION DISORDERS

      Journal of psychoeducational assessment
    58. WEISMER SE; MURRAYBRANCH J; MILLER JF
      COMPARISON OF 2 METHODS FOR PROMOTING PRODUCTIVE VOCABULARY IN LATE TALKERS

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    59. WOLF M; OBREGON M
      EARLY NAMING DEFICITS, DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXIA, AND A SPECIFIC DEFICITHYPOTHESIS

      Brain and language


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