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So, it's "Developmental Language Disorder" now?

December 1, 2016

Typically, when we pull a “Throwback Pub” for a review, we aim to cover just one study. However, this topic ended up requiring a bit more than that. The initial paper of interest was published July 2016, but not in a regular TISLP journal, thus not included in the July reviews. That consensus study was a summary recommendations from a panel of clinician and scientist experts on child language disorders (primarily from the U.K., but with representation from several English-speaking countries). The group convened to bring order to the diagnosis and description of child language disorders. Various points are covered in that article, but in this post we'll focus on terminology only, because it has been such a hot topic over the past few years. So, we ask…

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