Evidence of deficient central speech processing in children with specific language impairment: The T-complex

Conclusions
These results suggest that poor auditory processing, as measured by the T-complex, is a marker for LI and that multiple deficits serve to mark LI.

Significance
The T-complex measures, indexing secondary auditory cortex, reflect an important aspect of processing in speech and language development.

from Clinical Neurophysiology

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