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Commun Sci Disord. 2005;10(2): 32-42.
Noun & Verb Naming Abilities of the Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder
Eu Gene Kown` , and So Young Pae`
Copyright ©2005 The Korean Academy of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
권유진(Eu Gene Kown)| 배소영(So Young Pae)
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The purpose of this study was to examine the naming abilities of the children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders(ASD). The children with ASD have some difficulties in learning the wording for what they are expected to express, and this is especially true for verbs more than nouns. The subjects were 14 ASD children who were matched with typically developing children on a standardized Korean word-comprehension test. A picture confrontation naming task was used in this study. The naming task included 60 nouns and 60 verbs. To elicit the children’s responses, the examiner asked each children “what is this?” for the nouns and “what’s happening?” for the verbs. Data were analyzed using a two-way ANOVA with repeated measures. As a result, the children with ASD demonstrated a higher frequency of misnaming than did the typical children, and this occurred only for the verbs(t = 3.848, p = .001). This result supports previous studies that showed that the children with ASD have more difficulty in producing verbs than nouns, when using adopted spontaneous speech samples.
Keywords: 자폐아동 | 이름대기 | 명사 | 동사 | naming | noun | verb
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