Assessing the pragmatic abilities of children: Part 1. Organizational framework and assessment parameters.

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This paper describes an organizational framework for the assessment of pragmatic abilities in children. The framework addresses the areas of communicative intention, presupposition, and the social organization of discourse. For each area, assessment parameters are presented in coordination with a review of pertinent literature.

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Citation:- Roth FP, Spekman FP, .Assessing the pragmatic abilities of children: Part 1. Organizational framework and assessment parameters. The Journal of speech and hearing disorders 1984-Feb;49()2-11 DOI:



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Journal Title - The Journal of speech and hearing disorders

ISSN - 0022-4677

Volume - 49

Issue - 1

Publish date - 1984-Feb

Language - eng

Country - UNITED STATES


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