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Typical children’s graphic sequences (short summary)

Typical
children’s
graphic
sequences

This study investigated how typically developing three- and four-year-old children produced and understood graphic symbol sequences. The children did not display one-to-one correspondences between elements in spoken language and graphic symbols in sequences. This suggests that symbol selection, rather than sequencing, could be an appropriate target of AAC intervention for young children and that communication partners must be flexible in their interpretation of graphic symbol sequences produced by young children.


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Added to site August 2013


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