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Effects of Stimulus Presentation Type on Verb Naming Ability between Normal Children and Children with Language Developmental Delay

김하나 1 KIM, JUNG-WAN 2

1샤인아동발달센터
2대구대학교

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ABSTRACT

A verb has a more complex structure semantically, syntactically, and pragmatically, so the naming performance of children may vary depending on how the stimulus presentation type is adjusted in the confrontation naming task. This study investigated the performance (total score and response time) in verb naming task according to stimulus presentation type (picture vs video clip) in normal 5-year-old children and children with developmental language delay (DLD). As the result of the study, the total score of naming task was higher by 2 points on average in normal children than in DLD children (F=22.170, p<.001), and the response time was 0.68 seconds faster on average (F=9.354, p<.01). By stimulus presentation type, the total score (F=37.912, p<.001) and response time (F=17.539, p<.001) of naming task were both found to be improved when suggested in video clip than in picture. In conclusion, due to the semantic characteristics of verb with a series of movements and changes in states, video clips could be effectively utilized in word retrieval assessment and intervention targeting DLD children.

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