Browsing by Subject "specific language impairment"
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The Gradience of Multilingualism in Typical and Impaired Language Development: Positioning Bilectalism within Comparative Bilingualism (2016)A multitude of factors characterizes bi- and multilingual compared to monolingual language acquisition. Two of the most prominent viewpoints have recently been put in perspective and enriched by a third (Tsimpli, 2014): ...
(2017)Given the significance of sentence repetition as a possible clinical marker across languages for specific language impairment (SLI), this study investigates Cypriot Greek. It reports on the clinical utility of a sentence ...