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Importance Of Pre-Educational And Post-Educational Language Tests And Effect Of Training On The Diagnosis Of Auditory Processing Disorders (Apds) In Children
(Mediterranean Soc Otology & Audiology, 2010)
Objective: Aim of this study was to evaluate the importance of pre-educational and post-educational language tests for childs with language problems and effect of training on the diagnosis of auditory processing disorders ...
Abilities of Pragmatic Language Usage of the Children with Language Delay After the Completion of Normal Language Development Training
Objectives: A child may pronounce words clearly, have a large vocabulary, use long, complex sentences and correct grammar, and still have a communication problem if he or she has not mastered the rules for appropriate ...
Speech Sounds Acquisition Evaluated By Speech Sound Development Test (Ssdt) In Turkish-Speaking Children
The aim of this study is to provide normative data regarding the age of consonant-acquisition in normally developing children. A total of 753 children between 1 and 7 years of age were selected from seven different regions ...
Effects Of Explosive Blast Trauma On Sleep Quality And Quality Of Lives Of The Workers In Ammunition Factory
(Pharmaceutical Soc Japan, 2009)
We investigated the effects of explosive acoustic trauma on sleep quality and quality of lives (QOLs) of the workers in Ammunition Factory. Forty-one male workers exposed to explosive acoustic trauma in Ammunition Factory ...
The New Training Method For Speech And Language Delay: Learning The New Words By Suepl
(Mediterranean Soc Otology & Audiology, 2011)
Objective: Language and speech should be taught in the natural flow of the life. For this purpose, we developed the new training method for speech and language delay: Learning the new words by "Synchronously-understanding ...