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Educational & Child Psychology Vol 24 No 4 2007: Language impairments: Their impact on educational progress

Educational & Child Psychology Vol 24 No 4 2007: Language impairments: Their impact on educational progress

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A collection of papers that make significant and original contributions to the field of educational and child psychology. The theme is of this issue is Language impairments: Their impact on educational progress.


 

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Language impairments: their impact on educational progress
Nicola Botting & Wilma C.M. Resing

Under identification of speech and language impairment in children attending a special school for children with emotional and behavioural disorders
Helen Stringer & Sonia Lozano

The language screening instrument SNEL
M.R. Luinge, W.J. Post & S.M. Goorhuis-Brouwer

The relationship between reading skill and descriptive picture narratives in late-primary age children with a history of language impairment
Nicola Botting

Screening for word reading and spelling problems in elementary school: an item response theory perspective
Jos Keuning & Ludo Verhoeven

German deaf children's understanding of referential distinction in written German and German Sign Language
Wolfgang Mann

Working together? The practice of educational psychologists and speech and language therapists with children with specific speech and language difficulties
Olympia Palikara, Geoff Lindsay, Mairi-Ann Cullen & Julie E. Dockrell

Mapping speech and language therapy  provision for school-aged children with receptive-expressive language impairment: speech and language therapist opinion and practice
Elaine M. Clarke & Anna Collins

Identifying the educational and social needs of children with specific speech and language difficulties on entry to secondary school
Julie E. Dockrell & Geoff Lindsay

Language and the development of self-understanding in children with communication difficulties
Marion Farmer, Bernadette Robertson, Catherine Kenny & Jonna Siitarinen

Bullying in young people with a history of specific language impairment (SLI)
Emma Knox & Gina Conti-Ramsden

 

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