Relation between language, audio–vocal psycholinguistic abilities and P300 in children having specific language impairment

Conclusion
Children with specific language impairment, in spite of the normal peripheral hearing, have evidence of cognitive and central auditory processing defects as evidenced by P300 auditory event related potential in the form of prolonged latency which indicate a slow rate of processing and defective memory as evidenced by small amplitude. These findings affect cognitive and language development in specific language impairment children and should be considered during planning the intervention program.

from the International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology

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