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Commun Sci Disord. 2006;11(3): 193-207.
Story Generation and Retelling of Children with Asperger's Syndrome
Ji Hye Park` , and Yoonkyoung Lee`
Copyright ©2006 The Korean Academy of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology
박지혜(Ji Hye Park)| 이윤경(Yoonkyoung Lee)
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The purpose of this study was to examine narrative abilities of children with Asperger’s syndrome between two different conditions of story production: story generation and story recall. Ten children with Asperger’s syndrome older than 6 years old and ten language-matched normal children participated in this study. Two stories chosen from the wordless picture book ‘Oops’ (Mayer, 1977) were used for selecting story samples. Both stories were composed of two episodes and controlled in terms of the word numbers, sentence structures and story construction. The story grammar, story length, and frequencies of complete episode were analyzed. The Asperger children group produced shorter story length, lower frequency of complete episode and fewer amount of story grammar components compared to the control group. Theses results were discussed in relation to the narrative abilities in two conditions of story production of children with autism spectrum disorder.
Keywords: 아스퍼거증후군 | 이야기 자발적산출 | 이야기 회상산출 | 이야기 길이 | 완전한 일화 | 이야기 문법 | Asperger’s syndrome
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