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Vol. 8 - Num. 32

Special Articles

Communication and language development: indicators of concern

P Pérez Pedraza, T Salmerón López


Reference of this article: Pérez Pedraza P, Salmerón López T. Communication and language development: indicators of concern. Rev Pediatr Aten Primaria. 2006;8:679-93.

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Abstract

The oral language is a ruled and complex system. It allows an exchange of information through a determined system of codification. It is not the only system, but with it, the thinking is constructed, invented and recreated, it regulates the interpersonal relationships, the behaviour of the individual itself and promotes the relationship between the child and his/her sociocultural atmosphere. The development of the oral language is the result of the interaction between the biological basis and the physical and social environment that surrounds the child. Our aim at writing this article is to approach the oral language from birth up to the age of 6 years, attending to the normalized evolution from its different dimensions (form, content and use) in order to detect as soon as possible the hypothetic problems and to put a stop to them with the educational and therapeutic suitable measures.

Keywords

Child language Fonoaudiology Language development Language development disorders Speech-language pathology

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sandracontreras commented on 04/11/2011 at 18:27:

me puede decir porfavor porque no puedo descargarlo de pdf?