CHAPTER III - Assessment Methods References

General References

  1. Carney AE, Moeller MP. Treatment efficacy: hearing loss in children. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research 1998; 41 (Supplement): S61-S84.
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  6. Joint Committee on Infant Hearing. Joint Committee on Infant Hearing 1994 position statement. Pediatrics 1995; 95: 152-156.
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  11. National Institutes of Health Consensus Statement. Early identification of hearing impairment in infants and young children. NIH Consensus Statement 1993; 11: 1-24.
  12. New York Department of Health, Early Intervention Program. Autism/Pervasive Developmental Disorder: Assessment and Intervention for Young Children. Albany, NY: New York Department of Health, 1999.
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Articles Cited as Evidence - Group Studies

  1. Burden V, Stott CM, Forge J, Goodyer I. The Cambridge Language and Speech Project (CLASP): Detection of language difficulties at 36 to 39 months. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology 1996; 38: 613-31.
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  3. Clark JG, Jorgensen SK, Blondeau R. Investigating the validity of the Clinical Linguistic Auditory Milestone Scale. International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology 1995; 31: 63-75.
  4. Dunn M, Flax J, Sliwinski M, Aram D. The use of spontaneous language measures as criteria for identifying children with specific language impairment: An attempt to reconcile clinical and research incongruence. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research 1996; 39: 643-54.
  5. Glascoe FP. Can clinical judgment detect children with speech-language problems? Pediatrics 1991; 87: 317-22.
  6. Klee T, Carson D, Gavin W, Hall L, Kent A, Reece S. Concurrent and predictive validity of an Early Learning Screening Program. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research 1998; 41: 627-41.
  7. Law J. Early language screening in city and Hackney: The concurrent validity of a measure designed for use with 2 1/2-year-olds. Child Care Health and Development 1994; 20: 295-308.
  8. LeNormand MT, Vaivre-Douret L, Delfosse MJ. Language and motor development in pre-term children: Some questions. Child Care Health and Development 1995; 21: 119-33.
  9. Paul R, Looney SS, Dahm PS. Communication and socialization skills at ages 2 and 3 in "late-talking" young children. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research 1991; 34: 858-65.
  10. Paul R, Lynn TF, Lohr-Flanders M. History of middle ear involvement and speech/language development in late talkers. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research 1993; 36: 1055-62.
  11. Rescorla L, Schwartz E. Outcome of toddlers with specific expressive language delay. Applied Psycholinguistics 1990; 11: 393-407.
  12. Rescorla L. The Language Development Survey: A screening tool for delayed language in toddlers. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders 1989; 54: 587-99.
  13. Tomblin JB, Hardy J, Hein H. Predicting poor-communication status in preschool children using risk factors present at birth. Journal Speech Hearing Research 1991; 34: 1096-1105.
  14. Ward S. The predictive validity and accuracy of a screening test for language delay and auditory perceptual disorder. European Journal of Disorders of Communication 1992; 27: 55-72.
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