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Participation à la normalisation d'une batterie d'évaluation des compétences lexicales précoces : destinée aux enfants de 24 à 33 mois

Abstract : There is no standardized and validated test to assess the expressive and receptive aspects of the toddler language, except a parental questionnaire- IFDC (Kern & Gayraud, 2010). However, an early detection of language disorders seems to be a public health issue. This work relies on the theoretical foundations of the emergence of linguistic skills and on the frequency of first words production. This study follows preliminary tests of the naming and designation tasks as well as the parental questionnaire. It concerns 130 children aged 24 to 32 months and 30 days, divided into three age groups. The demographic variables of age and sex as well as the psycholinguistic variables related to lexical knowledge exploration methods have been explored. Descriptive and statistical analyzes show that age has a significant effect on performance, regardless of the task. In contrast, no significant effect of the sex variable was found. A significant difference was observed between tests involving the productive side and those involving the receptive side of language. Otherwise, a high correlation coefficient between the naming and the designation tasks was observed. The overall results confirm the necessary complementarity of the tasks when assessing the language of the very young child.
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Hélène Heuvelinne. Participation à la normalisation d'une batterie d'évaluation des compétences lexicales précoces : destinée aux enfants de 24 à 33 mois. Sciences cognitives. 2018. ⟨dumas-02161536⟩

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