Language Disability of Children
by Rajni Joshi
Publisher: Sarup & Sons 2004
Number of pages: 164
This book seeks to provide, with the support of documentary survey and empirical data, an insight into the problem of marked delay in the onset and acquisition of language. The focus is on the expressive disorders of the children who are developmentally delayed in language. It examines the probable causes of delayed language development, norms of normal language development, various types of expressive language disorders, i.e. disorders of speech and writing respectively.
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