Clinical usefulness of the rotatory, caloric, and vestibular evoked myogenic potential test in unilateral peripheral vestibular pathologies
Conclusion: A selection of the 0.01, 0.05, and 0.1 Hz SHAT rotations is suggested as the most ideal rotatory test protocol, and a combination of rotatory, caloric, and VEMP testing will result in a more complete examination of our vestibular system.
from the International Journal of Audiology
Spanish/English Bilingual Listeners on Clinical Word Recognition Tests: What to Expect and How to Predict
A Spanish word recognition test would likely yield more favorable results for S/E bilingual listeners who were Spanish-dominant or who acquired English at 10 years of age or older. It may be necessary for listeners who acquired English at 7–10 years of age to be evaluated in both English and Spanish.
Factors Affecting Accuracy of Past Tense Production in Children With Specific Language Impairment And Their Typically Developing Peers: The Influence of Verb Transitivity, Clause Location, and Sentence Type
Conclusions: Increased syntactic difficulty decreases use of morphology for all children, supporting the hypothesis that processing demands influence morphological accuracy. MLU-matched children, but not children with SLI, were more affected by changes in linguistic complexity. Further work on age-related changes in sentence production is necessary.