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This suggests that delays in language development could result from a primary motoric problem at the neurological level (Tallal, 1988). One possibility that has been explored in late talkers is that some neurological condition may make it more difficult to control the speech organs (Whitehurst & Fischel, 1994). , 1992) asked parents of late talkers and of typically developing controls about their children’s history of chewing problems, choking, and drooling. 16 HANDBOOK OF EARLY LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT IN CHILDREN: NATURE Drooling and choking were reported significantly more often for the late talkers, supporting the hypothesis that oral-motor problems are associated with slow language development in some children (Whitehurst & Fischel, 1994).
Tommy’s maternal uncle had a history of language delay. Tommy scored at the 15-month age level in expressive language, but at the 23 month level in receptive language on the Reynell Developmental Language Scales (Reynell, 1977). His expressive language delay was still marked at age 3, despite therapy initiated at 30 months. 22 and his IPSyn (Scarborough, 1990) was more than 4 SDs below average. 17 and an IPSyn score 4 SDs below average. , 1986) verbal and nonverbal scores were average at age 5.
One of the first suggestions of a biological basis for SLI comes from the extreme gender imbalance of the disorder. , 1997; Silva, 1980; Stevenson & Richman, 1976; Whitehurst & Fischel, 1994); however, many of these studies are quite old, and none surveyed children over the age of 4. It should be noted that the two most recent prevalence studies, both of which used kindergarten children, showed no strong male preponderance. , 1997) found that 41 percent of the 216 children diagnosed as SLI were female.
Handbook of Early Language Impairment in Children: Nature (Early Childhood Education Series) by Thomas L.(Thomas L. Layton Ph.D. CCC SLP) Layton, Elizabeth R. Crais, Linda R. Watson