In Infants' Hands: Identification of Preverbal Infants at Risk for Primary Language Delay

Lüke C, Grimminger A, Rohlfing K, Liszkowski U, Ritterfeld U (2017)
CHILD DEVELOPMENT 88(2): 484-492.

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Early identification of primary language delay is crucial to implement effective prevention programs. Available screening instruments are based on parents' reports and have only insufficient predictive validity. This study employed observational measures of preverbal infants' gestural communication to test its predictive validity for identifying later language delays. Pointing behavior of fifty-nine 12-month-old infants was analyzed and related to their language skills 1 year later. Results confirm predictive validity of preverbal communication for language skills with the hand shape of pointing being superior compared to the underlying motives for pointing (imperative vs. declarative). Twelve-month-olds who pointed only with their open hand but never with their index finger were at risk for primary language delay at 2 years of age.
Erscheinungsjahr
2017
Zeitschriftentitel
CHILD DEVELOPMENT
Band
88
Ausgabe
2
Seite(n)
484-492
ISSN
0009-3920
eISSN
1467-8624
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2910341

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Lüke C, Grimminger A, Rohlfing K, Liszkowski U, Ritterfeld U. In Infants' Hands: Identification of Preverbal Infants at Risk for Primary Language Delay. CHILD DEVELOPMENT. 2017;88(2):484-492.
Lüke, C., Grimminger, A., Rohlfing, K., Liszkowski, U., & Ritterfeld, U. (2017). In Infants' Hands: Identification of Preverbal Infants at Risk for Primary Language Delay. CHILD DEVELOPMENT, 88(2), 484-492. doi:10.1111/cdev.12610
Lüke, C., Grimminger, A., Rohlfing, K., Liszkowski, U., and Ritterfeld, U. (2017). In Infants' Hands: Identification of Preverbal Infants at Risk for Primary Language Delay. CHILD DEVELOPMENT 88, 484-492.
Lüke, C., et al., 2017. In Infants' Hands: Identification of Preverbal Infants at Risk for Primary Language Delay. CHILD DEVELOPMENT, 88(2), p 484-492.
C. Lüke, et al., “In Infants' Hands: Identification of Preverbal Infants at Risk for Primary Language Delay”, CHILD DEVELOPMENT, vol. 88, 2017, pp. 484-492.
Lüke, C., Grimminger, A., Rohlfing, K., Liszkowski, U., Ritterfeld, U.: In Infants' Hands: Identification of Preverbal Infants at Risk for Primary Language Delay. CHILD DEVELOPMENT. 88, 484-492 (2017).
Lüke, Carina, Grimminger, Angela, Rohlfing, Katharina, Liszkowski, Ulf, and Ritterfeld, Ute. “In Infants' Hands: Identification of Preverbal Infants at Risk for Primary Language Delay”. CHILD DEVELOPMENT 88.2 (2017): 484-492.

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