Wh - Question answering in children with intellectual disability.

Abstract:

:This study investigated the ability of students with intellectual disability (ID) (n = 39) to answer questions beginning with different wh- question words presented in two referential conditions (i.e., with and without a picture). It also investigated participants' ability to answer questions that were more concrete (i.e., who, what, where) or abstract (i.e., when, why, how). Across conditions, the rank ordering of correct responses for each question word was: what, who, where, how, why, when. Logistic regression analysis revealed no overall statistical significance between the probability of answering questions correctly across referential conditions. Participants answered 89% of concrete and 56% of abstract questions correctly across both referential conditions, and logistic regression analysis revealed a statistically significant difference between the probability of answering concrete and abstract questions. The results of this study point to the importance of learning more about ways to support students with ID with answering wh- questions.

journal_name

J Commun Disord

authors

Sanders EJ,Erickson KA

doi

10.1016/j.jcomdis.2018.09.003

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2018-01-01 00:00:00

pages

79-90

eissn

0021-9924

issn

1873-7994

pii

S0021-9924(17)30193-4

journal_volume

76

pub_type

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