Author(s): Giddan JJ, Milling L, Campbell NB, Giddan JJ, Milling L, Campbell NB
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Abstract Of 55 psychiatrically hospitalized preadolescents with DSM-III-R diagnoses that are not commonly associated with language deficits, 60\% were determined to have language or speech deficits, although only 38\% had ever received speech or language therapy. The clinical implications of these findings are discussed and guidelines for practice outlined.
This article was published in Am J Orthopsychiatry
and referenced in Journal of Geography & Natural Disasters