Executive functions in mono- and bilingual children with language impairment - issues for speech-language pathology.

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Olof eSandgren; Ketty eHolmström;

The clinical assessment of language impairment (LI) in bilingual children imposes challenges for speech-language pathology services. Assessment tools standardized for monolingual populations increase the risk of misinterpreting bilingualism as language impairment. This ... View more
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