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Early Developmental Delays: A Cross Validation Study
Journal of psychological abnormalities in children
Developmental delay is a common diagnosis given in clinical practice to young children whose developmental milestones fail to be met in a typical age-expected manner. Research on early delays in speech and motor milestones remains unclear regarding long-term developmental outcomes. The purpose of this study was to cross-validate and further investigate subsequent diagnoses (more than 4 years post delay diagnosis) and potential neuropsychological weaknesses in children who suffered earlydoi:10.4172/2329-9525.1000105 fatcat:h7jq4bbwmbcznlffwl76an6b7i