Développement du langage oral et du langage écrit chez les enfants nés grands prématurés : étude longitudinale de dix enfants de 3;06 ans à 8;00 ans

Abstract : Oral linguistic skills and reading skills grow jointly. Children born very prematurely (< 32 weeks) are at risk of developing language deficits. ERP studies were able to describe reading mechanism acquisition. In this study, we took an interest in development of language and the cerebral mechanisms of ten children born very prematurely, half of them having had rehabilitation. This study brought to light persisting language deficits at eight years old. Moreover, we observed an incidence of phonological skills on the N230 component, which would be an indicator of the cerebral processing of reading. Finally, early speech rehabilitation seems to anchor reading processing in the left hemisphere.
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Louis Fontaine. Développement du langage oral et du langage écrit chez les enfants nés grands prématurés : étude longitudinale de dix enfants de 3;06 ans à 8;00 ans. Sciences cognitives. 2019. ⟨dumas-02174602⟩

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