Gelişimsel Dil Bozukluğu Riski Olan Çocukların Sosyal-Duygusal ve Dil Gelişimleri Arasındaki İlişkinin Normal Dil Gelişimi Gösteren Akranları İle Karşılaştırılması
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There are co-occurring problems which include behavioral problems and low social-emotional competence in children with developmental language disorder. The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between language development and social-emotional development in children with at risk of developmental language disorder (rDLD) and children with normal language development. Also, it was aimed to investigate the effect of language development and social-emotional development on children's interactional behaviors Secondly, it was aimed to investigate the relationship between parents' behaviors and children's language and social-emotional development. The study was conducted in Speech and Language Therapy Unit in Hacettepe University Hospital. The study included 51 children (36 M, 15 F) with rDLD and 51 children (30 M, 21 F) with normal language development, and these children met the criteria of being 24-36 months old. To assess language, ‘Turkish Version of Test of Early Language Development-Third Edition’, ‘Turkish Version of Language Development Survey’, and ‘Mean Length of Utterance’; to assess social-emotional development ‘Turkish Version of The Brief Infant-Toddler Social Emotional Assessment’; and to assess interactional behavior ‘Child Behaviour Rating Scale’ and ‘Maternal Behaviour Rating Scale’ were used. As a result of the study, it was found that children with rDLD had significantly more behavioral problems and lower social-emotional competence than their peers who had normal language development (p<,001). There was a relationship between language development and social-emotional development of children. The impact of parental behavior on language development and social-emotional development of children has been shown.
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