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Impact of age factor on connectives

Marinka Grobler ; Svetovalni center za otroke, mladostnike in starše u Ljubljani
Diana Arapović ; Odsjek za logopediju Edukacijsko-rehabilitacijskog fakulteta Sveucilišta u Zagrebu
Mirjana Lenček ; Odsjek za logopediju Edukacijsko-rehabilitacijskog fakulteta Sveucilišta u Zagrebu


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str. 49-64

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Sažetak

Specific language impairment (SLI) is a developmental disorder without a known cause characterised by various profiles of language difficulties and by different levels of difficulty. This research focuses on connectives in spontaneous language samples of children with SLI. The differences between the group of children with SLI and the group with regular language development was also determined. Finally, the differences between the groups by taking the age factor into account were analyzed. The sample were 71 children with SLI and 71 children with regular language development. All the pupils were from the first to the fourth grade of primary school. The variables are defined by the number and types of connectives.
The results showed that the age factor has a lessening impact on connectives between the children with SLI and those with regular language development. The results indicate that the groups were qualitatively different on the variable connectives .

Ključne riječi

specific language impairment; connectors

Hrčak ID:

28995

URI

https://hrcak.srce.hr/28995

Datum izdavanja:

10.11.2008.

Podaci na drugim jezicima: hrvatski

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