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      Language Use in Social Interactions of School-Age Children With Language Impairments: An Evidence-Based Systematic Review of Treatment

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          Social difficulties and victimization in children with SLI at 11 years of age.

          Specific language impairment is sometimes thought to be associated with concurrent difficulties in the area of social and behavioral development (N. Botting and G. Conti-Ramsden, 2000; D. P. Cantwell and L. Baker, 1987; M. Fujiki, B. Brinton, and C. Todd, 1996; S. Redmond and M. Rice, 1998). The present study follows a group of 242 children, initially studied at age 7 years when they attended language units in England, and assesses their social and behavioral status at age 11 years. In total, 64% of the children were found to have scores on the Rutter behavioral questionnaire (M. Rutter, 1967) of 9 or above (clinical threshold); 34% scored over the threshold for the Strengths and Difficulties questionnaire (R. Goodman, 1997); and 39% scored below average on the Peer Competence subscale of the Harter Perceived Competence Scale (S. Harter and R. Pike, 1984). On further analysis, these generalized difficulties were characterized mainly by poor social competence. In addition, 36% of the cohort were at risk of being regular targets for victimization compared to 12% of a comparison sample of typically developing peers. Few associations were found between social outcome and other measures, including nonverbal intelligence, overall linguistic skill, gender, and longitudinal measures taken previously. Importantly, however, pragmatic language difficulties measured on the Children's Communication Checklist (D. V. M. Bishop, 1998) were most strongly related to poor social outcome and to expressive language related to victimization.
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            The Relationship Between Social Behavior and Severity of Language Impairment

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              The Socioemotional Behaviors of Children With SLI

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                Journal
                Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools
                LSHSS
                American Speech Language Hearing Association
                0161-1461
                1558-9129
                April 2012
                April 2012
                : 43
                : 2
                : 235-249
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Queens College, New York, NY
                [2 ]University of South Florida St. Petersburg
                [3 ]Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ
                [4 ]Brigham Young University, Provo, UT
                [5 ]Miami University, Oxford, OH
                Article
                10.1044/0161-1461(2011/10-0047)
                22052968
                a4ab1309-d4d5-4c21-abc5-04931eacdaf8
                © 2012
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