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Production and comprehension of French wh-questions by children with autism spectrum disorder: A comparative study with specific language impairment—CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  10 July 2017

PHILIPPE PRÉVOST*
Affiliation:
Université François Rabelais de Tours
LAURICE TULLER
Affiliation:
Université François Rabelais de Tours
MARIE ANNE BARTHEZ
Affiliation:
Tours Regional University Hospital Center
JOËLLE MALVY
Affiliation:
Université François Rabelais de Tours and Clocheville Children's Hospital, Tours
FRÉDÉRIQUE BONNET-BRILHAULT
Affiliation:
Université François Rabelais de Tours and Clocheville Children's Hospital, Tours
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ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE Philippe Prévost, UMR Inserm U930, Université François Rabelais de Tours, Tours, France. E-mail: philippe.prevost@univ-tours.fr
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Production and comprehension of French wh-questions by children with autism spectrum disorder: A comparative study with specific language impairment
PHILIPPE PRÉVOST
LAURICE TULLER
MARIE ANNE BARTHEZ
JOËLLE MALVY
FRÉDÉRIQUE BONNET-BRILHAULT
Université François Rabelais de Tours
Clocheville Children's Hospital, Tours
Université François Rabelais de Tours and Tours Regional University Hospital Center
ADDRESS FOR CORRESPONDENCE Philippe Prévost, UMR Inserm U930, Université François Rabelais de Tours, Tours, France . E-mail:

ABSTRACT

The nature of structural language difficulties in children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) was explored in a comparative study with specific language impairment (SLI) through investigation of the frequently reported ASD weakness in receptive skills relative to expressive skills. Twenty French-speaking children with ASD aged 6 to 12 were compared to age-matched children with SLI on production and comprehension of wh-questions. The two groups displayed similar effects of the complexity of the different wh-strategies. In the ASD group (as in the SLI group), these effects were not greater in comprehension compared to production; moreover, nonverbal ability (which varied from normal to impaired) was not related to language performance. Observed ASD-SLI differences are argued to largely be due to ASD pragmatic deficits, rather than to a qualitative difference in structural language skills.

Human communication involves linguistic knowledge (grammar, lexicon, and sound structure), as well as knowledge about the context within which it is used (what can be inferred about the speaker's intentions, etc.). This latter type of knowledge, pragmatics, has received considerable attention in studies on autism, and impairment in this domain is considered a core feature of autism spectrum disorder (ASD; see Baron-Cohen, 1988; Boucher, 2003). By contrast, formal aspects of language (those concerning sound, word, and sentence structure) have been

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Prevost, P., Tuller, L., Barthez, M. A., Malvy, J., & Bonnet-Brilhault, F. (2017). Production and comprehension of French wh-questions by children with autism spectrum disorder: A comparative study with specific language impairment. Applied Psycholinguistics. Advance online publication. doi:10.1017/S0142716417000078 Google Scholar
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