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Loneliness, Peer Relations, and Language Disorder in Childhood
Topics in Language Disorders
Children with Language disorders boom higher than average rates of peer relationship problems, suggesting that they are also AC risk far loneliness, A review or research on loneliness as an emotional consequence of peer relationship difficulties in childhood is preceded by a discussion of the Funicular relevance of this literature for children with language difficulties.doi:10.1097/00011363-199902000-00004 fatcat:ftqyoulvorexdpidgeykxwurea