Subject: Psychology | language development | language impairment | syntax | control | Original Research | pragmatics | autism
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This study examines two complex syntactic dependencies (complement control and sentence-final temporal adjunct control) and one pragmatic dependency (controlled verbal gerund subjects) in children with ASD. Sixteen high-functioning (HFA) children (aged 6 to 16) with a d... View more
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