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Early writing deficits in preschoolers with oral language difficulties

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A comparison of the emergent writing outcomes of children with and without language impairment, and an examination of the correlation between emergent writing outcomes and nonverbal IQ deficits, based on data from 293 preschool children who participated in a writing intervention in various public and private preschools and child care centers in Northern Florida
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Florida

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