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Language and reading comprehension in middle childhood predicts emotional and behaviour difficulties in adolescence for those with permanent childhood hearing loss

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Permanent childhood hearing loss (PCHL) is associated with an elevated level of emotional and behaviour difficulties (EBD). In children and adolescents with PCHL, EBD has been found to be linked to language ability in children with PCHL. The present study was designed to test whether childhood language and/or reading comprehension abilities of children with PCHL predict subsequent EBD in adolescence.
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Keywords: Permanent childhood hearing loss; deaf; emotional and behaviour difficulties; language comprehension; reading comprehension

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 2018

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