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  1. Positive Predictive Values Associated With Adapting the Redmond Sentence Recall Measure Into a Kindergarten Screener for Developmental Language Disorder
  2. Reliable measures in 7-minute language samples from children with developmental language disorder
  3. “Tell Me About Your Child”: A Grounded Theory Study of Mothers' Understanding of Language Disorder
  4. Diagnostic Accuracy of Sentence Recall and Past Tense Measures for Identifying Children's Language Impairments
  5. Associations Between the 2D:4D Proxy Biomarker for Prenatal Hormone Exposures and Symptoms of Developmental Language Disorder
  6. Language Impairment in the Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Context
  7. Markers, Models, and Measurement Error: Exploring the Links Between Attention Deficits and Language Impairments
  8. Consequences of Co-Occurring Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder on Children's Language Impairments
  9. Using Finiteness as a Clinical Marker to Identify Language Impairment
  10. Contributions of Children's Linguistic and Working Memory Proficiencies to Their Judgments of Grammaticality
  11. A cross-etiology comparison of the socio-emotional behavioral profiles associated with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and specific language impairment
  12. Effect of Language Context on Ratings of Shy and Unsociable Behaviors in English Language Learner Children
  13. Peer Victimization Among Students With Specific Language Impairment, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and Typical Development
  14. Psycholinguistic Profiling Differentiates Specific Language Impairment From Typical Development and From Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
  15. Absenteeism Rates in Students Receiving Services for CDs, LDs, and EDs: A Macroscopic View of the Consequences of Disability
  16. Behavioral Characteristics of Children With Vocal Fold Nodules
  17. Mean Length of Utterance in Children With Specific Language Impairment and in Younger Control Children Shows Concurrent Validity and Stable and Parallel Growth Trajectories
  18. Differentiating SLI from ADHD using children's sentence recall and production of past tense morphology
  19. Conversational profiles of children with ADHD, SLI and typical development
  20. Children’s Productions of the Affix -edin Past Tense and Past Participle Contexts
  21. The Use of Rating Scales With Children Who Have Language Impairments
  22. Stability of Behavioral Ratings of Children with SLI
  23. Evaluating the Morphological Competence of Children With Severe Speech and Physical Impairments
  24. Detection of Irregular Verb Violations by Children With and Without SLI
  25. Grammaticality Judgments of an Extended Optional Infinitive Grammar
  26. Causative Alternations of Children With Specific Language Impairment
  27. The Socioemotional Behaviors of Children With SLI