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  • Intragenic CNTN4 copy number variants associated with a spectrum of neurobehavioral phenotypes. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Med Genet 2019; :103736Zhang SQ, Fleischer J, … Shinawi M
  • Deletions and duplications involving the CNTN4 gene, which encodes for the contactin 4 protein, have been reported in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and other neurodevelopmental phenotypes. In this study, we performed clinical and genetic characterization of three individuals from unrelated families with copy number variants (CNV) (one deletion and two duplications) within CNTN4. Th…
  • Reading Outcomes for Individuals With Histories of Suspected Childhood Apraxia of Speech. [Journal Article]
    Am J Speech Lang Pathol 2019; :1-16Miller GJ, Lewis B, … Stein C
  • Purpose The primary aims of this study were to examine the speech-language correlates of decoding difficulties in children with histories of suspected childhood apraxia of speech (sCAS) and to identify predictors of low-proficiency reading levels. Method Participants were school-age children and adolescents, 7-18 years of age, diagnosed with sCAS (n = 40) or speech sound disorder but no sCAS (SSD…
  • Clinical Assessment of Characteristics of Apraxia of Speech in Primary Progressive Aphasia. [Journal Article]
    Am J Speech Lang Pathol 2019; :1-13Duncan ES, Donovan NJ, Sajjadi SA
  • Purpose We sought to examine interrater reliability in clinical assessment of apraxia of speech (AOS) in individuals with primary progressive aphasia and to identify speech characteristics predictive of AOS diagnosis. Method Fifty-two individuals with primary progressive aphasia were recorded performing a variety of speech tasks. These recordings were viewed by 2 experienced speech-language patho…
  • Speech, language, and feeding phenotypes of SATB2-associated syndrome. [Journal Article]
    Clin Genet 2019Thomason A, Pankey E, … Zarate YA
  • SATB2-associated syndrome (SAS) is a recently identified disorder characterized by neurodevelopmental deficits and craniofacial anomalies. Assessments of speech, language, and feeding-related issues were conducted among 61 individuals with SAS (median age = 86 months, range = 26 months to 29 years of age). Individuals with SAS were mostly non-verbal communicators (72.1%) with severe deficits in b…
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