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Exceptional language development in Down syndrome

implications for the cognition-language relationship

by J. A. Rondal

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Published by New York, Cambridge University Press in Cambridge .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • People with mental disabilities -- Language -- Case studies.,
  • People with mental disabilities -- Language.,
  • Language acquisition.,
  • Modularity (Psychology)

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 299-339) and index.

    StatementJean A. Rondal.
    GenreCase studies.
    SeriesCambridge monographs and texts in applied psycholinquistics
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC570.2 .R64 1995
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 351 p. :
    Number of Pages351
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1082492M
    ISBN 100521361672, 0521369665
    LC Control Number94006090

    What is Down Syndrome? Down Syndrome is a genetic disorder caused by the addition of an extra chromosome. People with Down Syndrome have 47 chromosomes in their cells instead of The duplicate chromosome is chromos which is why Down Syndrome is .   Down Syndrome. According to Kay Mogford-Bevan, developmental psychologist and author of “Language Development in Exceptional Circumstances,” approximately one out of three children with a moderate learning disability is afflicted with a condition called Down syndrome -- a hot research area for those analyzing how learning disorders affect language 2.

    Down's syndrome affects people of all ages, races, religious backgrounds and economic situations. It is estimated that there are aro people with Down's syndrome living in the UK, but since Down's syndrome has never been a notifiable condition, accurate figures are difficult to obtain. Help your baby learn the names of familiar objects by using simple gestures along with words, says Buckley, co-author of the book Speech and Language Development for Infants With Down Syndrome (0.

    Early intervention can also prevent a child with Down syndrome from reaching a plateau at some point in development. The overarching goal of early intervention programs is to enhance and accelerate development by building on a child’s strengths and by strengthening those skills that are weaker in all areas of development. Children with Down syndrome typically experience delays in certain areas of development, so early intervention is highly recommended. It can begin anytime after birth, but the sooner it starts.


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Exceptional language development in Down syndrome by J. A. Rondal Download PDF EPUB FB2

This is the conclusion reached at the end of a thorough study of the language of a Down syndrome adult woman, exhibiting virtually normal expressive and receptive grammar.

This case, presented in this book, is compared to a small number of other exceptional cases of language development in mental by: This is the conclusion reached at the end of a thorough study of the language of a Down syndrome adult woman, exhibiting virtually normal expressive and receptive grammar.

This case, presented in this book, is compared to a small number of other exceptional cases of language development in mental retardation.1/5(1). This is the conclusion reached at the end of a thorough study of the language of a Down syndrome adult woman, exhibiting virtually normal expressive and receptive grammar.

This case, presented in this book, is compared to a small number of other exceptional cases of language development in mental retardation. Exceptional Language Development in Down Syndrome: Implications for the Cognition-Language Relationship J.

Rondal Cambridge University Press, - Language Arts & Disciplines - 5/5(1). Exceptional Language Development Exceptional language development in Down syndrome book Down Syndrome by Jean-Adolphe Rondal,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Exceptional Language Development in Down Syndrome: Jean-Adolphe Rondal:   Browse more videos.

Playing next. He has published extensively in the areas of child language development and disorders, language assessment, and language intervention.

In addition, he has been investigating early language development in children with Down syndrome in a longitudinal research project funded by the National Institutes of Health since All research studies document a wide range of progress with speech and language development among children with Down syndrome.

The data reported in a recent American study of children published by Libby Kumin and colleagues in Maryland, USA, illustrates this wide by: DOWN SYNDROME –CHILD DEVELOPMENT There is no such thing as a typical child with Down syndrome.

Children with the syndrome are as different from each other as are all children. However, by and large, their development is slower than that of most children. The File Size: 55KB.

Ever since attempts were made to describe and explain normal language development, references to exceptional circumstances have been made. Variations in the conditions under which language is acquired can be regarded as natural experiments, which would not be feasible or ethical under normal circumstances.

This can throw light on such questions as: *What language input is necessary for the. At rare times, such individual differences may culminate in exceptional cases of language development and functioning in persons with Down syndrome (e.g., Seagoe,; Rondal, b) - there are corresponding exceptional cases language-wise in non-Down syndrome intellectually impaired subjects (e.g., Bellugi, Marks, Bihrle, and Sabo Cited by: Language development in children with Down syndrome is delayed, on average, relative to general cognitive, motor and social development, and there is also evidence for specific delays in morphology and syntax, with many adults showing persistent problems in these by: The bulk of the argument comes from the in depth study of a Down Syndrome adult woman with standard tris exhibiting virtually normal expressive and receptive grammar.

The case is compared to a small number of other exceptional cases of language development in mental retardation, as published in the recent specialized literature. Speech and language development can be challenging for many children with Down syndrome. Here is information that can help infants and toddlers begin learning to communicate, and help children and adolescents progress in speech and language.

Speech & Language Therapy for Infants, Toddlers & Young Children Speech and language present many challenges for children with [ ]. Exceptional language development in Down syndrome: implications for the cognition-language relationship.

[J A Rondal] Exceptional language development in mentally handicapped individuals -- 4. Cognition-language relationships and modularity issues -- 5. A case study -- 6. Theoretical discussion. Language development in children with Down syndrome - Reasons for optimism Article (PDF Available) in Down Syndrome Research and Practice 1(1) February with 4, Reads.

Down Syndrome Research and Practice, 5(1), doi/reviews 1. Exceptional language in the present context refers to levels of functioning not usually found in moderately and severely mentally retarded (MR) persons although they are the norms for non-retarded (NR) people.

Table 1 summarises a series of cases of exceptional language development appeared in the by: Exceptional Language Development in Down Syndrome: Implications for the Cognition-Language Relationship (Cambridge Monographs and Texts in Applied Psy Jean A. Rondal جزئیات بیشتر / دانلود.

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Written by Dr. Libby Kumin, an expert in Down syndrome and communication, this is the only book about speech and language issues for children with Down syndrome agesand is the sequel to Early Communication Skills for Children with Down Syndrome. Love and Learning- Reading and Language Development resources for children birth to 5 years.Speech And Language Development For Infants With Down Syndrome (0 5 Years) book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for s: 0.This article reviews the research on speech and language in children and adolescents with Down syndrome from a practical point of view. It identifies the typical profile of speech and language development, emphasising the variability in development for different individuals, and describes the main reasons for this profile as far as they are understood at the present by: