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Articles en accès libre : Developmental Language Disorder

Il y a quelques semaines, la discussion #WeSpeechies sur Twitter portait sur le « developmental language disorder ». Vous trouverez plus bas les articles sélectionnés qui sont liés à ce sujet. Tous les articles ne sont pas en accès libre. Vous pouvez consulter la section « Nos sources » pour tenter d’accéder à l’article autrement. Le thème de la conversation #WeSpeechies change à toutes les semaines. Vous trouverez les articles en accès libre des autres semaines sur ce site et vous pouvez joindre la conversation sur Twitter à toutes les semaines si le thème vous intéresse. Voici des exemples de thème des autres semaines :

  • Use of new technologies to support SLP/SLT practice: Behind the scenes, in the clinic, home, and school
  • Figuring it out: SLPs/SLTs targeting figurative language skills in children and adolescents with language learning impairment
  • Cognitive Communication and Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) in Adults
  • Managing service and discharge for adults with lifelong communication impairment

Anderson, 2016
There Was Something Going on With This Child, But What?

Ash and Redmond, 2014
Using Finiteness as a Clinical Marker to Identify Language Impairment

Dollaghan, 2011
Taxometric Analyses of Specific Language Impairment in 6-Year-Old Children

Conti-Ramsden and Botting, 1999
Classification of Children With Specific Language Impairment

Cunningham, Washington, Binns, Rolfe, Robertson, and Rosenbaum, 2017
Current Methods of Evaluating Speech-Language Outcomes for Preschoolers With Communication Disorders: A Scoping Review Using the ICF-CY

Hollo, 2012
Language and Behavior Disorders in School-Age Children: Comorbidity and Communication in the Classroom

Ireland and Conrad, 2016
Evaluation and Eligibility for Speech-Language Services in Schools

Kamhi, 2004
A Meme’s Eye View of Speech-Language Pathology

Karasinski, 2013
Behavior Problems and Social Functioning in Adolescents With Language Impairment

Kelly, 2010
Language Acquisition Challenges for Preschoolers Residing in Low-SES Households: Implications for Speech-language Pathologists and Developmental Researchers

Kraemer, Coltisor, Kalra, Martinez, Savage Summers, and Varadharajan, 2013
The Speech-Language Assessment of English Language Learning Students: A Non-Standardized Approach

Leonard, 1991
Specific Language Impairment as a Clinical Category

McKenna and Hadley, 2014
Assessing Sentence Diversity in Toddlers At-Risk for Language Disorders

Mullen, 2010
Clarifying Our Terminology

Peña, Gillam, Malek, Ruiz-Felter, Resendiz, Fiestas, and Sabel, 2016
Dynamic Assessment of School-Age Children’s Narrative Ability: An Experimental Investigation of Classification Accuracy

Paradis, 2014
Discriminating Children with SLI Among English Language-Learners video

Paradis, Schneider, and Duncan, 2013
Discriminating Children With Language Impairment Among English-Language Learners From Diverse First-Language Backgrounds

Prath, 2016
Red Flags for Speech-Language Impairment in Bilingual Children

Rice, 1998
In Search of a Grammatical Marker of Language Impairment in Children

Rice, 2016
Specific Language Impairment, Nonverbal IQ, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Cochlear Implants, Bilingualism, and Dialectal Variants: Defining the Boundaries, Clarifying Clinical Conditions, and Sorting Out Causes

Schmitt, Logan, Tambyraja, Farquharson, and Justice, 2017
Establishing Language Benchmarks for Children With Typically Developing Language and Children With Language Impairment

Topbaş, 2014
Turkish: Linguistic and Cultural Considerations for SLPs in Multilingual Contexts

Tomblin, Records, Buckwalter, Zhang, Smith, and O’Brien, 1997
Prevalence of Specific Language Impairment in Kindergarten Children

Open Access

Bishop, D. V. M. (2010). Which neurodevelopmental disorders get researched and why? PLOS One 5(11), e15112.

Bishop, D. V. M., et al. (2012). RALLI: An internet campaign for raising awareness of language learning impairments. Child Language Teaching & Therapy 28(3), 259-262.

Bishop, D. V. M., et al. (2016). « CATALISE: a multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study. Identifying language impairments in children. » PLOS One 11(7), e0158753.

Bishop, D. V. M., et al. (2017). « CATALISE: a multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study of problems with language development. Phase  2. Terminology. » IN PRESS. Available from:

Video The IJLCD Winter lecture with Dorothy Bishop

Why is it so hard to agree on definitions and terminology for Children’s language disorders?


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