特異的言語障害とそのサブタイプ : 早期療育に向けての研究課題 [in Japanese] Specific language disorder and its subtypes : Toward differential diagnosis and intervention [in Japanese]
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Specific language disorder is a syndrom showing a delay or deviant of language development not accompaning other disorders such as mental retardation, sensory disorder and so on. Recently, it has been suggested that specific language disorders are divided into several subtypes. This study reviews the findings about these subtypes, and makes the following suggestions toward further reseach with specific language disordes in Japan. 1. To make the general idea of specific language disorder commonly understood. 2. An integration with the follow-up studies after a developmental screening check and case studies by languge therapists. 3. To unify the format of discriptions about the basic profile of language development in case studies. 4. Developing a language development test which can evaluate analytically the young children's language development.
- 研究紀要 = Bulletin of Tsukuba International University
研究紀要 = Bulletin of Tsukuba International University (2), 59-71, 1996-03-25