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October 1980


Arch Gen Psychiatry. 1980;37(10):1175. doi:10.1001/archpsyc.1980.01780230093014

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Incorrect Summary of Findings.—  In the article titled "Psychiatric Disorders in Children With Speech and Language Retardation: Factors Associated With Development," in the April Archives (1980;37:423-426), the third and fourth sentences in the third paragraph of the second column of page 426 should have read as follows: "However, both the presence of an articulation disorder and the presence of more severe articulation disorders were significantly (P<.01) more common in the psychiatrically well children. An abnormality of language processing, language comprehension, or language expression was significantly (P<.0001) more common in the psychiatrically ill group."

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