New speech test could diagnose Tourette's earlier: Children with syndrome are 'quicker at using sounds to form words'

Children with Tourette's syndrome could be better than their peers at assembling sounds to form words, a new study has revealed.
The findings might help at-risk children get an earlier diagnosis of the neurological disorder, experts say.
In tests that compared a group of children with Tourette's syndrome to a group without, the children with the syndrome were much faster at repeating a list of made-up words.
Both groups were asked to repeat words such as 'naichovabe' while researchers assessed the speed and accuracy of their responses.
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5 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 27
Source: Daily Mail

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