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Editorial Perspective: Maximising the benefits of intervention research for children and young people with developmental language disorder (DLD) – a call for international consensus on standards of reporting in intervention studies for children with and at risk for DLD

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posted on 2023-11-17, 14:05 authored by Pauline Frizelle, Cristina Mckean, Patricia Eadie, Susan Ebbels, Slke Firicke, Laura M. Justice, Sari Kunnari, Suze Leitao, Angela T Morgan, Natalie Munro, CAROL-ANNE MURPHYCAROL-ANNE MURPHY, Holly L. Storkel, Amanda Owen Van Horne

Developmental language disorder (DLD) is one of the most prevalent neurodevelopmental disorders (~8% at 5–6 years) with significant implications for the child or young person’s daily life and risks of substantial negative consequences for health, edu?cation, employment, well-being and social inclusion across the life course (Dubois, St-Pierre, Desmarais, & Guay, 2020; Eadie et al., 2021; McKean et al., 2017).



The Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 2022, 64, pp. 474-479


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