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Comparaison des compétences pragmatiques entre sourds sévères appareillés et dysphasiques de 6 à 11 ans

Abstract : This study aimed to compare the pragmatic skills of 9 severe deaf children with hearing aids to those of 9 SLI children aged between 6 and 11 with a protocol composed of four tests. The analysis consisted in comparing these two groups and then comparing them with a "chronological" control group and two "comprehension" control groups. The results confirmed our hypothesis that deaf children and SLI children show pragmatic difficulties which are very similar. The results enhanced that a structural disorder (SLI) leads to more severe pragmatic impairments than a sensory disorder (deafness). Finally, some distinctive features shared by deaf children and SLI children appeared in our study: they need more time to perform their tasks and they need to be more guided than their peers. Therefore, the assessment and the reeducation of pragmatics is a necessity in front of these two diseases.
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Marine Salomon de Saint Sernin, Elsa Séverac. Comparaison des compétences pragmatiques entre sourds sévères appareillés et dysphasiques de 6 à 11 ans. Sciences cognitives. 2013. ⟨dumas-00868841⟩

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