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Our Cluster 3 children had good naming vocabulary, but were poor at all other tests used in the study. Furthermore, we find the labeling of different profiles of SLI as deficit syndromes problematic and prefer to describe the subgroups as different profiles of SLI. We now describe the clusters we found in more detail in terms of the profiles of difficulties they presented. Cluster 1 children have difficulties with comprehension of grammar, word reading, and retelling a story in the context of good phonology and adequate expressive vocabulary.
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