Edited by Pilar Prieto and Núria Esteve-Gibert
[Trends in Language Acquisition Research 23] 2018
► pp. 343–362
Chapter 17Prosodic development in atypical populations
This chapter concerns various atypical conditions in children and how the development of prosody may be affected in them. Methods for evaluating prosodic ability are considered, taking into account receptive and expressive ability. Brief summaries of research into several conditions in which prosodic development is affected are given, including hearing impairment, language disorder, Down syndrome, childhood onset fluency disorder, Williams syndrome and a more detailed treatment of autism spectrum disorder. The chapter concludes with a brief summary of current strategies for rehabilitation.
- What is atypical prosody?
- Assessment procedures
- Conditions with atypical prosody
- Language impairment
- Hearing impairment
- Down syndrome (DS)
- Childhood-onset fluency disorder (formerly stuttering)
- Williams syndrome
- Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
- Intervention: Some programs
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