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References to accompany talk: Varieties of language impairment in children, Buenos Aires, Argentina. June 8th 2012

References to accompany talk: Varieties of language impairment in children, Buenos Aires, Argentina. June 8th 2012


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  • 1. References Varieties of language impairment in children Dorothy V. M. Bishop University of Oxford Lecture on 8th June 2012Adams, C. (2008). Intervention for children with pragmatic language impairments: frameworks, evidence and diversity. In C. F. Norbury, J. B. Tomblin & D. V. M. Bishop (Eds.), Understanding Developmental Language Disorders. Hove: Psychology Press.Bird, J., & Bishop, D. (1992). Perception and awareness of phonemes in phonologically impaired children. European Journal of Disorders of Communication, 27, 289-311.Bishop, D. V. M. (1997). Uncommon Understanding: Development and Disorders of Language Comprehension in Children. Hove: Psychology Press.Bishop, D. V. M., North, T., & Donlan, C. (1996). Nonword repetition as a behavioural marker for inherited language impairment: evidence from a twin study. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 37, 391-403.Ebbels, S. (2007). Teaching grammar to school-aged children with specific language impairment using Shape Coding. Child Language Teaching and Therapy, 23(1), 67-93.Ebert, K. D., Kalanek, J., Cordero, K. N., & Kohnert, K. (2008). Spanish Nonword Repetition: Stimuli Development and Preliminary Results. Communication Disorders Quarterly, 29, 67. doi: 10.1177/1525740108314861Gray, S. (2006). The relationship between phonological memory, receptive vocabulary, and fast mapping in young children with Specific Language Impairment. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 49(5), 955-969.Kamhi, A. G., & Catts, H. W. (1986). Toward an understanding of developmental language and reading disorders. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 51, 337-347.Locke, J. (1980). The inference of speech perception in the phonologically disordered child. Part II. Some clinically novel procedures, their use, some findings. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 45, 445-468.Vance, M. (2008). Short term memory in children with language impairments. In C. F. Norbury, B. Tomblin & D. V. M. Bishop (Eds.), Understanding developmental language disorders: From theory to practice. Hove: Psychology Press.Also see website for Language for Reading:http://www.york.ac.uk/psychology/research/groups/crl/research/nuffield-language/