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Socio-emotional development in children with speech difficulties (project description) - project description

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Some children have speech difficulties, which hold them back in social situations, while others with the same speech difficulties experience increased frustration and anger because they are unable to express themselves. Research has shown that children with speech difficulties are more likely to suffer from socio-emotional problems than their peers without speech difficulties. In this PhD project, we examine which factors affect the relationship between speech difficulties and socio-emotional problems.

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The project began in 2013 and ended in 2016. The project is led by Siri Saugestad Helland in collaboration with Espen Røysamb, Kristin Gustavson and Synnve Schjølberg.

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