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Effecten van SLI op Nederlandse congruentie
Effects of Specific Language Impairment (SLI) are often visible in the inflectional system. This also holds for Dutch, where verbal and adjectival inflection are vulnerable in children with SLI. A set of experiments shows that Dutch children with SLI make the same type of overgeneralizations as typically developing children make (and that their mistakes differ from adults acquiring Dutch as a second language). On the other hand, it is shown that SLI is more than just a delay. A comparison of adoi:10.5117/nedtaa2011.1.effe467 fatcat:hzewijfzbbfqngrgdqbb75neyi