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TitleUncommon genetic syndromes and narrative production - Case Studies with Williams, Smith-Magenis and Prader- Willi Syndromes
Author(s)Garayzábal Heinze, Elena
Capo, Magdalena
Moruno Lopéz, Esther
Gonçalves, Óscar F.
Férnandez, Montserrat
Lens, María
Sampaio, Adriana
KeywordsWilliams syndrome
Smith-Magenis syndrome
Prader-Willi syndrome
Narrative abilities
Issue date2012
PublisherManey Publishing
Journalinternational journal of developmental disabilities
Abstract(s)This study compares narrative production among three syndromes with genetic microdeletions: Williams syndrome (WS), Smith-Magenis syndrome (SMS), and Prader-Willi syndrome (PWS), characterized by intellectual disabilities and relatively spared language abilities. Our objective is to study the quality of narrative production in the context of a common intellectual disability. To elicit a narrative production, the task Frog! Where Are You was used. Then, structure, process, and content of the narrative process were analysed in the three genetic disorders:WS (n52), SMS (n52), and PWS (n52). Data show evidence of an overall low narrative quality in these syndromes, despite a high variability within different measures of narrative production. Results support the hypothesis that narrative is a highly complex cognitive process and that, in a context of intellectual disability, there is no evidence of particular ‘hypernarrativity’ in these syndromes.
TypeArticle
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/1822/17404
DOI10.1179/2047387711Y.0000000008
ISSN2047-3877
Peer-Reviewedyes
AccessOpen access
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