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Developmental Theory and Language Disorders
Edited by Paul Fletcher and Jon F. Miller
[Trends in Language Acquisition Research 4] 2005
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Anne Baker, Beppie van den Bogaerde, Roland Pfau & Trude Schermer
Coene, Martine & Paul J. Govaerts
2014. The development of oral language in children with bilateral hearing loss: From speech perception to morphosyntax. Lingua 139  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
De Raeve, Leo, Kristin Kerkhofs, Martine de Smit & Diana Zegg
2021. Translation and validation of the revised version of the LittlEARS® early speech production questionnaire (LEESPQ®), in Dutch-speaking children with normal hearing. Cochlear Implants International 22:4  pp. 216 ff. DOI logo
De Raeve, Leo & Annelies Wouters
2013. Accessibility to cochlear implants in Belgium: State of the art on selection, reimbursement, habilitation, and outcomes in children and adults. Cochlear Implants International 14:sup1  pp. S18 ff. DOI logo
D’Ortenzio, Silvia & Francesca Volpato
2020. How do Italian-speaking children handle wh-questions? A comparison between children with hearing loss and children with normal hearing. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 34:4  pp. 407 ff. DOI logo
Kondaurova, Maria V., Mary K. Fagan & Qi Zheng
2020. Vocal imitation between mothers and their children with cochlear implants. Infancy 25:6  pp. 827 ff. DOI logo
Wickramasinghe, Sameera, Monica Navarreto‐Lugo, Minseon Ju & Anna Cristina S. Samia
2018. Applications and challenges of using 3D printed implants for the treatment of birth defects. Birth Defects Research 110:13  pp. 1065 ff. DOI logo

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