Language impairments in the development of sign: Do they reside in a specific modality or are they modality-independent deficits?

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Woll, B.; Morgan, G.;

Various theories of developmental language impairments have sought to explain these impairments in modality-specific ways – for example, that the language deficits in SLI or Down syndrome arise from impairments in auditory processing. Studies of signers with language im... View more
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