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The count-mass distinction in typically developing and grammatically specifically language impaired children: new evidence on the role of syntax and semantics.

Froud, K; van der Lely, HKJ; (2008) The count-mass distinction in typically developing and grammatically specifically language impaired children: new evidence on the role of syntax and semantics. Journal of Communication Disorders , 41 274 - 303.

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Type:Article
Title:The count-mass distinction in typically developing and grammatically specifically language impaired children: new evidence on the role of syntax and semantics.
Keywords:Grammar, Word learning, specific langugage impairment
UCL classification:UCL > School of Life and Medical Sciences > Faculty of Life Sciences

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