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THE SPEECH DEVELOPMENT IN CHILDREN AFFE-CTED WITH MOTOR AUDIMUTITIS Yoshisato Tanaka 1 pp.9-13
Published Date 1965/1/20
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1492203368
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 A marked disturbance of speech development was found in a girl aged 7. The child began to say for the first time "ta-ta" for calling her mother at the age 4. Although the development of speech comprehension appeared to be quite fair the speech development was markedly delayed and presented somewhat symptoms resembling those of motor aphasia manifested in adults.

 However, in the pattern of development the progress of the speech did not differ much from that of the normal child, excepting that it was markedly delayed. The authors believe that the present case should be considered as that of high degree delay of speech development rather than being a developmental motor aphasia.


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