2 edition of Language and cognitive processes in developmental disorders found in the catalog.
Language and cognitive processes in developmental disorders
by Psychology Press, Published in the USA and Canada by Taylor & Francis in Hove, East Sussex, UK, Philadelphia, PA
|Other titles||Language and cognitive processes|
|Statement||edited by Dorothy Bishop|
|Contributions||Bishop, D. V. M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 114-334 ;|
|Number of Pages||334|
Organized by cognitive processes, Cognition and Acquired Language Disorders: An Information Processing Approach focuses on the assessment, diagnosis, and management of cognitive-communication disorders. Current, evidence-based information describes normal cognitive processing for communication and the way in which cognition breaks down to produce communication disorders . Understanding developmental cognitive disorders -- Reading disorders I: developmental dyslexia -- Reading disorders II: reading comprehension impairment -- Specific language impairment -- Mathematics disorder -- Developmental coordination disorder -- Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder -- Autism -- Understanding developmental cognitive disorders: progress and prospects.
Understanding Developmental Language Disorders summarises the recent research developments in genetics and neuroimaging studies, assessment techniques and treatment studies to provide an overview of all aspects of DLD. The book investigates the possible genetic and biological causes of the disorder, how best to assess children's language skills Format: Paperback. This complex human structure is the product of a developmental process deeply rooted in the links between individual and Language Learning by dint of Social Cognitive Advancement, i-manager’s Journal on English Language Teaching, /jelt Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, /s, 35, 4.
Developmental psychologists study a wide range of theoretical areas, such as biological, social, emotion, and cognitive processes. Empirical research in this area tends to be dominated by psychologists from Western cultures such as North American and Europe, although during the s Japanese researchers began making a valid contribution to the field. Some Terminology for Classifying Cognitive Disorders In this book we will consider a wide range of developmental disorders that affect language, learning, and cognition. The disorders considered include those affecting language, reading, arithmetic, motor skills, attention, and social interaction (autism spectrum disorders).
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: Language and Cognitive Processes in Developmental Disorders: A Special Issue of Language and Cognitive Processes (Special Issues of Language and Cognitive Processes) (): Bishop, Dorothy: Books. Language and Cognitive Processes in Developmental Disorders A Special Issue of Language and Cognitive Processes This Special Issue encompasses studies of a wide range of developmental disorders, including Specific Language Impairment (SLI), reading disability, Williams Syndrome, hearing impairment and autistic disorder.
"The book offers. Get this from a library. Language and cognitive processes in developmental disorders. [D V M Bishop;] -- This collection of papers by leading psychologists includes ground-breaking research on the similarities between SLI and autism, plus other studies at the cutting edge of the field of language.
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The authors are obviously masters of the science. The book argues persuasively for the need to take a developmental perspective.” –Professor Sir Michael Rutter, Institute of Psychiatry, London “In this outstanding book, the authors cover the full range of developmental disorders associated with language and s: Developmental dyslexia (DD) and specific language impairment (SLI) are disorders of language that differ in diagnostic criteria and outcome.
DD is defined by isolated reading deficits. Developmental language disorder (DLD) is identified when a child has problems with language development that continue into school age and language problems have a significant impact on everyday social interactions or educational progress, and occur in the absence of autism spectrum disorder, intellectual disability or a known biomedical condition.
All journal articles featured in Language, Cognition and Neuroscience vol 35 issue 6. Cognitive development in children is a highly complex process which, while remarkably resilient, can be disrupted in a variety of ways.
This volume focuses on two types of neurodevelopmental disorder: syndromic conditions such as fragile X syndrome, Down syndrome, Williams syndrome and velocardiofacial syndrome; and non-syndromic conditions including dyslexia, specific language.
Cognitive-communication disorders are problems with communication that have an underlying cause in a cognitive deficit rather than a primary language or speech deficit. A cognitive-communication disorder results from impaired functioning of one or more cognitive processes, including the following.
Childhood mental and developmental disorders encompass neurodevelopmental, emotional, and behavioral disorders that have broad and serious adverse impacts on psychological and social well-being.
Children with these disorders require significant additional support from families and educational systems; the disorders frequently persist into adulthood (Nevo and Manassis ; Polanczyk and.
Research in brain cognition and development has expanded rapidly over the last ten years. Our scientific understanding of the developmental stages of infancy, childhood, and adolescence has reached a new level of sophistication, thanks to extensive studies on cognitive processes such as attention, inhibition, executive control, working memory, language, spatial cognition, lexical access, and.
During early childhood, children's abilities to understand, to process, and to produce language also flourish in an amazing way. Young children experience a language explosion between the ages of 3.
Language is a large part of the content and medium of acquiring and using knowledge, and, therefore, linguistic theories and cognitive theories are often imbricated (, p.
The present issue. This issue of Reading and Writing compiles a set of six research-based articles that assess the role of cognitive and linguistic factors in learning to read in a variety of languages.
Thus, the findings from the large body of studies on reading acquisition in English are validated from a cross-linguistic point of view. Buy Developmental Disorders of Language Learning and Cognition by Hulme, Charles, Snowling, Margaret J.
(ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: Language development is different for each language learner with factors like environment, genetics, social interactions or cognitive processes affecting language.
Hyperlexia is a disorder where people have advanced reading skills but may have problems understanding what is read or spoken aloud. They may also have cognitive or social problems. 3,4. Other people may have normal reading skills but have problems understanding written words.
Reading disorders can also involve problems with specific skills. Psycholinguistics or psychology of language is the study of the interrelation between linguistic factors and psychological aspects.
The discipline is mainly concerned with the mechanisms in which languages are processed and represented in the mind and brain; that is, the psychological and neurobiological factors that enable humans to acquire, use, comprehend, and produce language.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA) defines cognitive communication disorders as difficulty with any aspect of communication that is affected by disruption of cognition. Some examples of cognitive processes include: attention, memory, organization, problem solving/reasoning, and executive functions.There are 2 kinds of language disorders: receptive and expressive.
Children often have both at the same time. A child with a receptive language disorder has trouble understanding words that they hear and read. A child with an expressive language disorder has trouble speaking with others and expressing thoughts and feelings.Get this from a library!
Developmental disorders of language learning and cognition. [Charles Hulme; Margaret J Snowling] -- "This text provides an up-to-date review of our knowledge of a wide range of developmental disorders of language learning and cognition.
Explanations for each disorder are considered in relation to.