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Late Talkers

Language Development, Interventions, and Outcomes
Volume Editors: Leslie A. Rescorla Ph.D., Philip S. Dale Ph.D.   Chapter Authors: Edith Bavin Ph.D., Dorthe Bleses Ph.D., Lesley Bretherton Ph.D., Stephen M. Camarata Ph.D., Philip S. Dale Ph.D., Chris A. Dollaghan Ph.D., Cindy Earle M.A., Anne Fernald Ph.D., Marc E. Fey Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Lizbeth H. Finestack Ph.D., Luigi Girolametto Ph.D., Marianna E. Hayiou-Thomas D.Phil., James Law Ph.D., Leonard B. Laurence Ph.D., Michelle MacRoy-Higgins Ph.D., Virginia A. Marchman Ph.D., Rhea Paul Ph.D., CCC-SLP, Barbara Zurer Pearson Ph.D., Nan Berstein Ratner Ed.D, Leslie A. Rescorla Ph.D., Mabel L. Rice Ph.D., Richard G. Schwartz Ph.D., Donna J. Thal Ph.D., J. Bruce Tomblin Ph.D., Werner Vach Ph.D., Susan Ellis Weismer Ph.D., Elaine Weitzman M.Ed., Stephen R. Zubrick Ph.D., Catherine L. Taylor Ph.D.   Foreword Author: Laurence B. Leonard Ph.D.

ISBN: 978-1-59857-253-7
Pages: 416
Copyright: 2013
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What does the research tell us about late talkers, and what are the key implications for clinical practice? Discover the latest findings in this important volume, a comprehensive survey of 30+ years of research about young children with delayed expressive language. More than 25 top researchers explore the causes and characteristics of late language emergence, long-term outcomes for late talkers, effective intervention approaches, and future directions for new research studies. An essential addition to the literature on language development!


DISCOVER THE LATEST FINDINGS ON:
  • Effects of late language emergence on outcomes later in life
  • Accurate identification of late talkers among bilingual children
  • How to recognize when late talking indicates significant risk for developmental disability
  • Real-time spoken language understanding as an early predictor of later language outcomes
  • Evidence-based language intervention approaches for late-talking toddlers
  • The relationship between phonology and lexical development in late talkers
  • Prevalence, predictors, and causes of late language emergence
  • Parent-implemented language intervention programs
  • How to match interventions to a child's individual characteristics
  • and more
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Review by: Rebecca McCauley, Professor, Department of Speech and Hearing Science, The Ohio State University
“A volume that can uniquely enrich readers' understanding of the large and complex research literature that now exists on late talkers.”
Review by: Laura Justice, EHE Distinguished Professor, Executive Director, Children's Learning Research Collaborative
“A state-of-the-art examination of theory, research, and practice . . . Leading experts tackle topics ranging from diagnosis to development to intervention.”
Review by: Larry Fenson, Emeritus Professor of Psychology, San Diego State University
“An expertly edited set of original papers by recognized authorities on late talkers . . . an indispensable up-to-date guide to identification, etiology, prognosis, and intervention.”
Series Preface
Editorial Advisory Board
About the Editors
About the Contributors
Preface
Acknowledgments

I Identification and Classification of Late Talkers
  1. The Early Language in Victoria Study: Late Talkers, Predictors, and Outcomes
    Edith L. Bavin and Lesley Bretherton
  2. Population and Public Health Perspectives on Late Language Emergence at 24 Months as a Risk Indicator for Language Impairment at 7 Years
    Catherine L. Taylor, Stephen R. Zubrick, and Mabel L. Rice
  3. Danish Late Talkers: A First Portrait
    Dorthe Bleses and Werner Vach
  4. Distinguishing the Bilingual as a Late Talker from the Late Talker Who Is Bilingual
    Barbara Zurer Pearson
II Characteristics and Causes
  1. Late Talker as a Clinical Category: A Critical Evaluation
    Christine Dollaghan
  2. Phonology and the Lexicon in Late Talkers
    Michelle MacRoy-Higgins and Richard G. Schwartz
  3. Using Fluency to Measure Formulation Effort in Late Talkers
    Nan Bernstein Ratner
  4. Variability in Real-Time Spoken Language Processing in Typically Developing and Late-Talking Toddlers
    Virginia A. Marchman and Anne Fernald
III Longitudinal Course/Outcomes
  1. Late-Talking Toddlers: Characterization and Prediction of Continued Delay Donna J. Thal, Virginia A. Marchman, and J. Bruce Tomblin
  2. Late Talking in Context: The Clinical Implications of Delayed Language Development
    Rhea Paul and Susan Ellis Weismer
  3. Late-Talking Toddlers: A 15-Year Follow-Up
    Leslie A. Rescorla
  4. Outcomes for Late Talkers: A Twin Study
    Philip S. Dale and Marianna E. Hayiou-Thomas
IV Interventions
  1. From Words to Early Sentences: Parent-Implemented Intervention for Late-Talking Toddlers
    Luigi Girolametto, Elaine Weitzman, and Cindy Earle
  2. Evidence-Based Language Intervention Approaches for Young Late Talkers
    Lizbeth H. Finestack and Marc E. Fey
  3. Which Late Talkers Require Intervention? Matching Child Characteristics and Risk Factors to Treatment
    Stephen Camarata
  4. Environmental Modification, Intervention, and the Late-Talking Child from a Public Health Perspective
    James Law
V Conclusion
  1. Alternative Routes to Language Impairment
    Laurence B. Leonard
  2. Where Do We Stand Now? Conclusions and Future Directions
    Leslie A. Rescorla and Philip S. Dale

Index

Leslie A. Rescorla, Ph.D., is Professor of Psychology and Director of the Child Study Institute and the Thorne Early Childhood Programs at Bryn Mawr College. Educated at Radcliffe, the London School of Economics, and Yale, she obtained clinical training at the Yale Child Study Center, the Philadelphia Child Guidance Center, and the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. Dr. Rescorla’s research interests include language delays in young children, longitudinal patterns of school achievement, and empirically based assessment of emotional and behavioral problems.

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