The index of narrative microstructure: a clinical tool for analyzing school-age children's narrative performances.

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American journal of speech-language pathology, ISSN: 1058-0360, Vol: 15, Issue: 2, Page: 177-91

Publication Year:
2006
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Repository URL:
https://digitalcommons.usu.edu/comd_facpub/51; https://works.bepress.com/ronald_gillam/50
PMID:
16782689
DOI:
10.1044/1058-0360(2006/017)
Author(s):
Justice, Laura M; Bowles, Ryan P; Kaderavek, Joan N; Ukrainetz, Teresa A; Eisenberg, Sarita L; Gillam, Ronald B
Publisher(s):
American Speech Language Hearing Association
Tags:
Medicine; Psychology; Social Sciences; Health Professions; Narrative Development; Narrative Assessment; Language Assessment; School-age Language; Communication Sciences and Disorders; Speech Pathology and Audiology
article description
This research was conducted to develop a clinical tool-the Index of Narrative Microstructure (INMIS)-that would parsimoniously account for important microstructural aspects of narrative production for school-age children. The study provides field test age- and grade-based INMIS values to aid clinicians in making normative judgments about microstructural aspects of pupils' narrative performance.