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Specifically, late talkers and children with SLI who have receptive language deficits may fail to comprehend task instructions in play procedures, whereas youngsters with expressive language deficits may have difficulty narrating and explaining their play behavior in a way that allows observers to appreciate its complexity. Categorization/Rule Learning. Another possible cognitive deficit that has been explored in children with language impairments is the ability to classify, categorize, or induce rules (Ellis Weismer, 1991; Kamhi, 1981; Kamhi, Catts, Koenig, & Lewis, 1984; Kamhi, Nelson, Lee, & Gholson, 1985; Nelson, Kamhi, & Apel, 1987).
Bishop and Edmundson (1986) collected family history data for 56 children with language impairments and an SES-matched control group of children with typical language development. The parents of the children with language impairments reported that 46 percent had relatives with a history of speech, language, or reading disorders, a rate much higher than the 15 percent reported in the typically developing group. Work by Tallal, Ross, and Curtiss (1989) indicated that 77 percent of families with a child who had SLI reported at least one first-degree relative with a history of language, speech, or hearing problems or with low school achievement, relative to a rate of 46 percent in families of typically developing agemates.
1989). Empirical classification of speech and language impairment in children: II. Behavioral characteristics. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 28(1), 118–123. Beitchman, J. , & Majumdar, S. (1989). Empirical classification of speech/language impairment in children: I: Identification of speech/language categories. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, 28, 112–117. Beitchman, J. , & Patel, P. (1986). Prevalence of psychiatric disorders in children with speech and language disorders.
Handbook of Early Language Impairment in Children: Nature (Early Childhood Education Series) by Thomas L.(Thomas L. Layton Ph.D. CCC SLP) Layton, Elizabeth R. Crais, Linda R. Watson