Developmental Language Disorders: From Phenotypes to Etiologies

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

This work was supported in part by NIH grant R03-HD-043113 and three grants to Barbara Landau (NSF SBR-9808585, March of Dimes FY98–0194, FY99–0670). My sincerest thanks go to the families and individuals who participated in these studies, to Nicole Kurz for her help in testing children, and to all of the “celebrities” who agreed to be interviewed for the question study (especially Elvis). Colin Phillips provided helpful comments on several drafts of this chapter, and, as always, the advice was much appreciated.


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