Language and Communication Difficulties in Children: Three Recent Studies

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Language and Communication Difficulties in Children: Three Recent Studies
The authors of the first paper I will discuss, "The cognitive and behavioral characteristics of children with low working memory" (
Alloway
,
Gathercole
, Kirkwood, & Elliot, 2009) studied children identified as having low working memory (the part of the memory that stores intermediate information needed in cognition). The first study to focus on low working memory, it began by using tests of verbal working memory to identify a group of 319 students (
Alloway
et al., 2009, p. 609). This group was then given the Automated Working Memory Assessment, testing both verbal and
visuospatial
working memory. Their learning ability, general ability, behavior, and...
The end:
.....he relative social isolation of a child with learning difficulties or disabilities or would it not?
References
Alloway
, T. P.,
Gathercole
, S. E., Kirkwood, H. & Elliot, J. (2009). The cognitive and behavioral character-
istics
of children with low working memory. Child Development, 80(2), 606-621.
DOI
: 10.1111/j.1467-8624.2009.01282.x
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, D. (2007). Do touch: physical contact and people who have severe, profound and multiple learning difficulties. Support for learning, 22(3), 116-123.
DOI
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