Early Development of Children with Hearing Loss
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This book examines how closely the developmental trajectories of children with hearing loss matches those of children with normal hearing. It discusses results from relevant areas of psycholinguistic study where there has also been a shift in perspective among psycholinguists studying the processing of speech that could, and perhaps should, affect intervention. The book unpacks many ideas that have been cornerstones of intervention for young children with hearing loss, and the source of much controversy.