Normal Gelişim Gösteren, Otistik Spektrum Bozukluğu Olan ve Gelişimsel Gecikmesi Olan Çocukların Söz Öncesi Gelişen Sosyal Iletişim ve Sembolik Davranışlarının Sözcük Dağarcığı ile İlişkisinin İncelenmesi
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This study has been planned in order to research the relation of symbolic behaviors and communication that evolved in preverbal period with vocabulary of children who show normal development, have autistic spectrum disorder, and have developmental delay. 15 children aged 2-5 year who have autistic spectrum disorder from Ankara Renkli Yeni Ufuk Special Education and Rehabilitation Center, 16 children who have developmental delay, and 16 children aged 0-3 year who show normal development from Ankara Minik Hacettepeliler Nursery form the sample of the study. First of all family information form has been filled in for all children participated in the study. In order to make sure that the children participating in the study were at the same developmental stage their parents were administered the Ankara Developmental Screening Inventory (ADSI), and then the groups were matched accordingly. By talking to families of 47 children who form the sample of the study, Communication and Symbolic Behavior Scales Development Profile Infant-Toddler Checklist and Caregiver Survey, and Turkish Communicative Development Inventory were filled in by the researcher. There’s been found difference between three groups with regards to CSBS (Communication and Symbolic Behavior Scales) Caregiver Survey social components (p= 0,045) and CSBS Infant-Toddler Checklist social components (p= 0,430). There’s been found difference (p= 0,019) between feelings and making eye contact, which is subtitle of CSBS Caregiver Survey social components, values of children participating in. Between three groups there has been found difference (p= 0,048) between sounds values, which is subtitle of CSBS Caregiver Survey speech components. There’s been found difference between three groups who form the sample in feelings and making eye contact (p=0,001), which one of subtitles of CSBS Infant-Toddler Checklist social components, and gestures (p= 0,001). Relationship of TCDI Receptive Vocabulary with CSBS Caregiver Survey components and relationship of TCDI Expressive Vocabulary with CSBS Caregiver Survey components (p <0,05) is significant. Relationship of TCDI Receptive Vocabulary with CSBS Baby-Child Checklist components and relationship of TCDI Expressive Vocabulary with CSBS Baby-Child Checklist components (p <0,05) is significant.