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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 ...
Hearing Characteristics And Frequency Discrimination Ability In Musicians And Nonmusicians
(Mediterranean Soc Otology & Audiology, 2009)
Objective: Difference limen for frequency (DLF) is the smallest detectable change in frequency. The perception ability of this difference changes from person to person depending on the level of musical education. It is ...
Auditory Processing Disorder in Children: Definition, Assessment and Management
Hearing is a complex process that is often taken for granted. As sounds strike the eardrum, the sounds (acoustic signals) begin to undergo a series of transformations through which the acoustic signals are changed into ...