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The ability to understand communication from others, such as speech, written text, gestures, or sign language.

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Asserted relationships to other concepts

language comprehension
is a kind of

  • language processing
  • language comprehension
    is a part of

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    are a part of
    language comprehension

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    Tasks that are asserted to measure language comprehension

    Task Contrast Measure

    following commands
    • highest level of command correctly performed

    Clinical Evaluation of Language Fundamentals-3
    • concepts and directions subtest
    • semantic relationships subtest

    Gray Oral Reading Test - 4
    • sum of rate, accuracy, fluency, and comprehension scaled scores

    Test of Word Reading Efficiency
    • standard deviation from the mean score

    intermodal preferential looking paradigm
    • d'

    MacArthur Communicative Development Inventories
    • mean length of utterance (MLU) score
    • gesture production

    Reynell Developmental Language Scales
    • verbal comprehension

    Preschool Language Scale
    • auditory comprehension

    Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scales
    • comprehension

    Test of Early Language Development
    • receptive language

    Vineland Adaptive Behavior Scales
    • receptive communication

    Differential Ability Scales
    • verbal comprehension