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Language, Learning, and Behavior Disorders : Developmental, Biological, and Clinical Perspectives | Hardcover
Beitchman, Joseph H., Nancy J. Cohen, M. Mary Konstantareas and Rosemary Tannock (Eds)
Cambridge University Press / Hardcover / 1996-07-01 / 0521472296
Language and Literacy / Toronto Authors
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602 pages
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The role of language as a bridge between learning disability and psychiatric disorder is the unifying theme of this wide-ranging book. The editors of this text give particular emphasis to attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, dyslexia, and autistic disorder. Contributors seek explanations for the dual incidence of psychiatric and language disorder by considering research in developmental, cognitive and biological fields, and speculate on the contribution of new imaging modalities. Essays cover topical issues such as syndrome definition in dyslexia, acquired memory disorder in childhood, and biology-behavior correspondence, as well as a range of treatment options. Enlivened with case vignettes, and offering insights into the range of current thinking on language and behavior, this will prove to be a rich resource.

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