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Le développement de la prosodie dans le syndrome de Williams et le syndrome de Down chez des enfants de langue anglaise

Abstract : The aim of the present study is to investigate the developmental profile of three aspects of prosody function, i.e. affect, focus and turn-endings in children with Williams and in those with Down’s syndrome compared to typically developing English speaking children. The tasks used were part of the computer-based battery, Profiling Elements of Prosody for Speech Communication (Peppe, McCann & Gibon, 2003). Cross-sectional developmental trajectories linking chronological and non-verbal mental age and affects and turn-ending functions of prosody were constructed. The results showed an atypical profile in both clinical populations. More interestingly, the profiles were atypical for different reasons, suggesting multiple and possibly different developmental pathways to the acquisition of prosody in these two populations.
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Vesna Stojanovik, Jane Setter, Agnès Lacroix. Le développement de la prosodie dans le syndrome de Williams et le syndrome de Down chez des enfants de langue anglaise. Bulletin de psychologie, Groupe d'étude de psychologie, 2016, 542 (2), pp.137. ⟨hal-02003047⟩

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