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Unformatted text preview: other disorder. b. Autism c. Hearing impairment d. Intellectual deficit e. Traumatic brain injury 3. Be able to match or to give an example of how a particular language characteristic (of a child with a disorder) falls under the components of language: semantics, syntax, morphology, phonology, pragmatics (note: this is very similar to Activity 10) 4. Which of the above disorders (a-e) are developmental ? Acquired ? What are the differences between these two types, and why is it important for speech-language pathologists to know the differences?...
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- Winter '10
- Traumatic brain injury, Specific Language Impairment