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Communication skill building in young children with and without disabilities in a preschool classroom

A study of the relationship between preschooler participation in a social learning intervention involving turn-taking strategies and children's initiated verbal and nonverbal behavior with peers that did and did not result in peer responses, based on data from multiple assessments of 4 child dyads consisting of children with and without developmental delay or specific language impairment in the 2006-2007 school year at a rural elementary school
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United States

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