1 Genetics and Specific Language Impairment ReferencesReviewsBishop, D. V. M. (2002). The role of genes in the etiology of specific language impairment. Journal of Communication Disorders, 35, 311-328.Bishop, D. V. M. (2006). What causes specific language impairment in children? Current Directions in Psychological Science, 15, 217-221.Bishop, D. V. M. (2008). Specific language impairment, dyslexia, and autism: Using genetics to unravel their relationship. In C. F. Norbury & J. B. Tomblin & D. V. M. Bishop (Eds.), Understanding developmental language disorders: from theory to practice (pp. 67-78). Hove: Psychology Press.Fisher, S. E. (2005). Dissection of molecular mechanisms underlying speech and language disorders. Applied Psycholinguistics, 26, 111-128.Fisher, S. E. (2006). Tangled webs: tracing the connections between genes and cognition. Cognition, 10, 270-297.Kang, C., & Drayna, D. (2011). Genetics of speech and language disorders. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics, 12, 145-164.Li, N., & Bartlett, C. W. (2012). Defining the genetic architecture of human developmental language impairment. Life Sciences, 90(13-14), 469-475.Newbury, D. F., & Monaco, A. P. (2008). The application of molecular genetics to the study of language impairments. In C. F. Norbury & J. B. Tomblin & D. V. M. Bishop (Eds.), Understanding Developmental Language Disorders. Hove: Psychology Press.Rutter, M. (2006). Genes and Behavior: Nature-Nurture Interplay Explained. Oxford: Blackwell.
2Other papersBishop, D. V. M., & Hayiou-Thomas, M. E. (2008). Heritability of specific language impairment depends on diagnostic criteria. Genes, Brain and Behavior, 7, 365-372.Macdermot, K. D., Bonora, E., Sykes, N., Coupe, A. M., Lai, C. S., Vernes, S. C., Vargha-Khadem, F., McKenzie, F., Smith, R. L., Monaco, A. P., & Fisher, S. E. (2005). Identification of FOXP2 truncation as a novel cause of developmental speech and language deficits. American Journal of Human Genetics, 76, 1074-1080.Newbury, D. F., Bonora, E., Lamb, J. A., Fisher, S. E., Lai, C. S. L., Baird, G., Jannoun, L., Slonims, V., Stott, C. M., Merricks, M. J., Bolton, P. F., Bailey, A. J., Monaco, A. P., & International Molecular Genetic Study of Autism Consortium. (2002). FOXP2 is not a major susceptibility gene for autism or specific language impairment. American Journal of Human Genetics, 70, 1318-1327.Sing, C. F., & Reilly, S. L. (1993). Genetics of common diseases that aggregate, but do not segregate in families. In C. F. Sing & C. L. Hanis (Eds.), Genetics of cellular, individual, family and population variability (pp. 140-161). New York: Oxford University Press.SLI Consortium. (2002). A genome-wide scan identifies two novel loci involved in specific language impairment (SLI). American Journal of Human Genetics, 70, 384-398.SLI Consortium. (2004). Highly significant linkage to SLI1 locus in an expanded sample of individuals affected by Specific Language Impairment (SLI). American Journal of Human Genetics, 94, 1225-1238.Vernes, S. C., Newbury, D. F., Abrahams, B. S., Winchester, L., Nicod, J., Groszer, M., Alarcón, M., Oliver, P. L., Davies, K. E., Geschwind, D. H., Monaco, A. P., & Fisher, S. E. (2008). A functional genetic link between distinct developmental language disorders. New England Journal of Medicine, 359.