The Lancet Regional Health: Western Pacific
Developmental language disorder (DLD) is a condition that significantly affects children's achievement but has been understudied. We aim to estimate the prevalence of DLD in Shanghai, compare the co-occurrence of difficulties between children with DLD and those with typical development (TD), and investigate the early risk factors for DLD.
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Wu, Saishuang; Zhao, Jin; de Villiers, Jill; Liu, Xueman Lucy; Rolfhus, Eric; Sun, Xiaoning; and al, et, "Prevalence, Co-Occurring Difficulties, and Risk Factors of Developmental Language Disorder: First Evidence for Mandarin-Speaking Children in a Population-Based Study" (2023). Philosophy: Faculty Publications, Smith College, Northampton, MA.