Phase 2 of CATALISECitation formats

  • Authors:
  • Dorothy V.M. Bishop
  • Margaret J. Snowling
  • Paul A. Thompson
  • Trisha Greenhalgh
  • Catherine Adams
  • Lisa Archibald
  • Gillian Baird
  • Ann Bauer
  • Jude Bellair
  • Christopher Boyle
  • Elizabeth Brownlie
  • Glenn Carter
  • Becky Clark
  • Judy Clegg
  • Nancy Cohen
  • Gina Conti-Ramsden
  • Julie Dockrell
  • Janet Dunn
  • Susan Ebbels
  • Aoife Gallagher
  • Simon Gibbs
  • Emma Gore-Langton
  • Mandy Grist
  • Mary Hartshorne
  • Alison Hüneke
  • Marc Joanisse
  • Sally Kedge
  • Thomas Klee
  • Saloni Krishnan
  • Linda Lascelles
  • James Law
  • Laurence Leonard
  • Stephanie Lynham
  • Elina Mainela Arnold
  • Narad Mathura
  • Elspeth McCartney
  • Cristina McKean
  • Brigid McNeill
  • Angela Morgan
  • Carol Anne Murphy
  • Courtenay Norbury
  • Anne O'Hare
  • Janis Oram Cardy
  • Ciara O'Toole
  • Rhea Paul
  • Suzanne Purdy
  • Sean Redmond
  • Laida Restrepo
  • Mabel Rice
  • Vicky Slonims
  • CATALISE-2 consortium

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Phase 2 of CATALISE : a multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study of problems with language development: Terminology. / Bishop, Dorothy V.M.; Snowling, Margaret J.; Thompson, Paul A.; Greenhalgh, Trisha; Adams, Catherine; Archibald, Lisa; Baird, Gillian; Bauer, Ann; Bellair, Jude; Boyle, Christopher; Brownlie, Elizabeth; Carter, Glenn; Clark, Becky; Clegg, Judy; Cohen, Nancy; Conti-Ramsden, Gina; Dockrell, Julie; Dunn, Janet; Ebbels, Susan; Gallagher, Aoife; Gibbs, Simon; Gore-Langton, Emma; Grist, Mandy; Hartshorne, Mary; Hüneke, Alison; Joanisse, Marc; Kedge, Sally; Klee, Thomas; Krishnan, Saloni; Lascelles, Linda; Law, James; Leonard, Laurence; Lynham, Stephanie; Arnold, Elina Mainela; Mathura, Narad; McCartney, Elspeth; McKean, Cristina; McNeill, Brigid; Morgan, Angela; Murphy, Carol Anne; Norbury, Courtenay; O'Hare, Anne; Cardy, Janis Oram; O'Toole, Ciara; Paul, Rhea; Purdy, Suzanne; Redmond, Sean; Restrepo, Laida; Rice, Mabel; Slonims, Vicky; CATALISE-2 consortium.

In: Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, Vol. 58, No. 10, 2017, p. 1068-1080.

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Harvard

Bishop, DVM, Snowling, MJ, Thompson, PA, Greenhalgh, T, Adams, C, Archibald, L, Baird, G, Bauer, A, Bellair, J, Boyle, C, Brownlie, E, Carter, G, Clark, B, Clegg, J, Cohen, N, Conti-Ramsden, G, Dockrell, J, Dunn, J, Ebbels, S, Gallagher, A, Gibbs, S, Gore-Langton, E, Grist, M, Hartshorne, M, Hüneke, A, Joanisse, M, Kedge, S, Klee, T, Krishnan, S, Lascelles, L, Law, J, Leonard, L, Lynham, S, Arnold, EM, Mathura, N, McCartney, E, McKean, C, McNeill, B, Morgan, A, Murphy, CA, Norbury, C, O'Hare, A, Cardy, JO, O'Toole, C, Paul, R, Purdy, S, Redmond, S, Restrepo, L, Rice, M, Slonims, V & CATALISE-2 consortium 2017, 'Phase 2 of CATALISE: a multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study of problems with language development: Terminology', Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, vol. 58, no. 10, pp. 1068-1080. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcpp.12721

APA

Bishop, D. V. M., Snowling, M. J., Thompson, P. A., Greenhalgh, T., Adams, C., Archibald, L., Baird, G., Bauer, A., Bellair, J., Boyle, C., Brownlie, E., Carter, G., Clark, B., Clegg, J., Cohen, N., Conti-Ramsden, G., Dockrell, J., Dunn, J., Ebbels, S., ... CATALISE-2 consortium (2017). Phase 2 of CATALISE: a multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study of problems with language development: Terminology. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines, 58(10), 1068-1080. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcpp.12721

Vancouver

Bishop DVM, Snowling MJ, Thompson PA, Greenhalgh T, Adams C, Archibald L et al. Phase 2 of CATALISE: a multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study of problems with language development: Terminology. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines. 2017;58(10):1068-1080. https://doi.org/10.1111/jcpp.12721

Author

Bishop, Dorothy V.M. ; Snowling, Margaret J. ; Thompson, Paul A. ; Greenhalgh, Trisha ; Adams, Catherine ; Archibald, Lisa ; Baird, Gillian ; Bauer, Ann ; Bellair, Jude ; Boyle, Christopher ; Brownlie, Elizabeth ; Carter, Glenn ; Clark, Becky ; Clegg, Judy ; Cohen, Nancy ; Conti-Ramsden, Gina ; Dockrell, Julie ; Dunn, Janet ; Ebbels, Susan ; Gallagher, Aoife ; Gibbs, Simon ; Gore-Langton, Emma ; Grist, Mandy ; Hartshorne, Mary ; Hüneke, Alison ; Joanisse, Marc ; Kedge, Sally ; Klee, Thomas ; Krishnan, Saloni ; Lascelles, Linda ; Law, James ; Leonard, Laurence ; Lynham, Stephanie ; Arnold, Elina Mainela ; Mathura, Narad ; McCartney, Elspeth ; McKean, Cristina ; McNeill, Brigid ; Morgan, Angela ; Murphy, Carol Anne ; Norbury, Courtenay ; O'Hare, Anne ; Cardy, Janis Oram ; O'Toole, Ciara ; Paul, Rhea ; Purdy, Suzanne ; Redmond, Sean ; Restrepo, Laida ; Rice, Mabel ; Slonims, Vicky ; CATALISE-2 consortium. / Phase 2 of CATALISE : a multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study of problems with language development: Terminology. In: Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry and Allied Disciplines. 2017 ; Vol. 58, No. 10. pp. 1068-1080.

Bibtex

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title = "Phase 2 of CATALISE: a multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study of problems with language development: Terminology",
abstract = "Background: Lack of agreement about criteria and terminology for children's language problems affects access to services as well as hindering research and practice. We report the second phase of a study using an online Delphi method to address these issues. In the first phase, we focused on criteria for language disorder. Here we consider terminology. Methods: The Delphi method is an iterative process in which an initial set of statements is rated by a panel of experts, who then have the opportunity to view anonymised ratings from other panel members. On this basis they can either revise their views or make a case for their position. The statements are then revised based on panel feedback, and again rated by and commented on by the panel. In this study, feedback from a second round was used to prepare a final set of statements in narrative form. The panel included 57 individuals representing a range of professions and nationalities. Results: We achieved at least 78% agreement for 19 of 21 statements within two rounds of ratings. These were collapsed into 12 statements for the final consensus reported here. The term {\textquoteleft}Language Disorder{\textquoteright} is recommended to refer to a profile of difficulties that causes functional impairment in everyday life and is associated with poor prognosis. The term, {\textquoteleft}Developmental Language Disorder{\textquoteright} (DLD) was endorsed for use when the language disorder was not associated with a known biomedical aetiology. It was also agreed that (a) presence of risk factors (neurobiological or environmental) does not preclude a diagnosis of DLD, (b) DLD can co-occur with other neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g. ADHD) and (c) DLD does not require a mismatch between verbal and nonverbal ability. Conclusions: This Delphi exercise highlights reasons for disagreements about terminology for language disorders and proposes standard definitions and nomenclature.",
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author = "Bishop, {Dorothy V.M.} and Snowling, {Margaret J.} and Thompson, {Paul A.} and Trisha Greenhalgh and Catherine Adams and Lisa Archibald and Gillian Baird and Ann Bauer and Jude Bellair and Christopher Boyle and Elizabeth Brownlie and Glenn Carter and Becky Clark and Judy Clegg and Nancy Cohen and Gina Conti-Ramsden and Julie Dockrell and Janet Dunn and Susan Ebbels and Aoife Gallagher and Simon Gibbs and Emma Gore-Langton and Mandy Grist and Mary Hartshorne and Alison H{\"u}neke and Marc Joanisse and Sally Kedge and Thomas Klee and Saloni Krishnan and Linda Lascelles and James Law and Laurence Leonard and Stephanie Lynham and Arnold, {Elina Mainela} and Narad Mathura and Elspeth McCartney and Cristina McKean and Brigid McNeill and Angela Morgan and Murphy, {Carol Anne} and Courtenay Norbury and Anne O'Hare and Cardy, {Janis Oram} and Ciara O'Toole and Rhea Paul and Suzanne Purdy and Sean Redmond and Laida Restrepo and Mabel Rice and Vicky Slonims and {CATALISE-2 consortium}",
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RIS

TY - JOUR

T1 - Phase 2 of CATALISE

T2 - a multinational and multidisciplinary Delphi consensus study of problems with language development: Terminology

AU - Bishop, Dorothy V.M.

AU - Snowling, Margaret J.

AU - Thompson, Paul A.

AU - Greenhalgh, Trisha

AU - Adams, Catherine

AU - Archibald, Lisa

AU - Baird, Gillian

AU - Bauer, Ann

AU - Bellair, Jude

AU - Boyle, Christopher

AU - Brownlie, Elizabeth

AU - Carter, Glenn

AU - Clark, Becky

AU - Clegg, Judy

AU - Cohen, Nancy

AU - Conti-Ramsden, Gina

AU - Dockrell, Julie

AU - Dunn, Janet

AU - Ebbels, Susan

AU - Gallagher, Aoife

AU - Gibbs, Simon

AU - Gore-Langton, Emma

AU - Grist, Mandy

AU - Hartshorne, Mary

AU - Hüneke, Alison

AU - Joanisse, Marc

AU - Kedge, Sally

AU - Klee, Thomas

AU - Krishnan, Saloni

AU - Lascelles, Linda

AU - Law, James

AU - Leonard, Laurence

AU - Lynham, Stephanie

AU - Arnold, Elina Mainela

AU - Mathura, Narad

AU - McCartney, Elspeth

AU - McKean, Cristina

AU - McNeill, Brigid

AU - Morgan, Angela

AU - Murphy, Carol Anne

AU - Norbury, Courtenay

AU - O'Hare, Anne

AU - Cardy, Janis Oram

AU - O'Toole, Ciara

AU - Paul, Rhea

AU - Purdy, Suzanne

AU - Redmond, Sean

AU - Restrepo, Laida

AU - Rice, Mabel

AU - Slonims, Vicky

AU - CATALISE-2 consortium

PY - 2017

Y1 - 2017

N2 - Background: Lack of agreement about criteria and terminology for children's language problems affects access to services as well as hindering research and practice. We report the second phase of a study using an online Delphi method to address these issues. In the first phase, we focused on criteria for language disorder. Here we consider terminology. Methods: The Delphi method is an iterative process in which an initial set of statements is rated by a panel of experts, who then have the opportunity to view anonymised ratings from other panel members. On this basis they can either revise their views or make a case for their position. The statements are then revised based on panel feedback, and again rated by and commented on by the panel. In this study, feedback from a second round was used to prepare a final set of statements in narrative form. The panel included 57 individuals representing a range of professions and nationalities. Results: We achieved at least 78% agreement for 19 of 21 statements within two rounds of ratings. These were collapsed into 12 statements for the final consensus reported here. The term ‘Language Disorder’ is recommended to refer to a profile of difficulties that causes functional impairment in everyday life and is associated with poor prognosis. The term, ‘Developmental Language Disorder’ (DLD) was endorsed for use when the language disorder was not associated with a known biomedical aetiology. It was also agreed that (a) presence of risk factors (neurobiological or environmental) does not preclude a diagnosis of DLD, (b) DLD can co-occur with other neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g. ADHD) and (c) DLD does not require a mismatch between verbal and nonverbal ability. Conclusions: This Delphi exercise highlights reasons for disagreements about terminology for language disorders and proposes standard definitions and nomenclature.

AB - Background: Lack of agreement about criteria and terminology for children's language problems affects access to services as well as hindering research and practice. We report the second phase of a study using an online Delphi method to address these issues. In the first phase, we focused on criteria for language disorder. Here we consider terminology. Methods: The Delphi method is an iterative process in which an initial set of statements is rated by a panel of experts, who then have the opportunity to view anonymised ratings from other panel members. On this basis they can either revise their views or make a case for their position. The statements are then revised based on panel feedback, and again rated by and commented on by the panel. In this study, feedback from a second round was used to prepare a final set of statements in narrative form. The panel included 57 individuals representing a range of professions and nationalities. Results: We achieved at least 78% agreement for 19 of 21 statements within two rounds of ratings. These were collapsed into 12 statements for the final consensus reported here. The term ‘Language Disorder’ is recommended to refer to a profile of difficulties that causes functional impairment in everyday life and is associated with poor prognosis. The term, ‘Developmental Language Disorder’ (DLD) was endorsed for use when the language disorder was not associated with a known biomedical aetiology. It was also agreed that (a) presence of risk factors (neurobiological or environmental) does not preclude a diagnosis of DLD, (b) DLD can co-occur with other neurodevelopmental disorders (e.g. ADHD) and (c) DLD does not require a mismatch between verbal and nonverbal ability. Conclusions: This Delphi exercise highlights reasons for disagreements about terminology for language disorders and proposes standard definitions and nomenclature.

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