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24 Speech, language, and communication From the sentence stage of true language, the child goes through a physiologic stuttering stage at about four years, due to the feedback system now developing. Continued signiﬁcant stuttering after ﬁve to six years of age is a concern. In the sixth to seventh years, complex sentences and full grammar are almost developed as the language centers approach maturity. By the eighth year of age, articulation is fully developed. By ﬁve to seven years of age, the functionally mature language lateralization is essentially established, although in older individuals intensive rehabilitation may bring about an amazing yet incomplete recovery.
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