- Apel & Henbest evidence teaching affixes in early elementary reading programs.
- Lyster et al. evidence positive long-term benefits for morphological awareness training in preschool.
- Complex syntax research on preschool and early-elementary children has been gaining tons of momentum lately. Steel et al. show that children with language impairment (ages 5;1–8;10; mean 6;10) have difficulties with complement clauses,and discusses why you should be targeting these in therapy.
- Edwards & Rosin evidence African American English (AAE)-speaking preschoolers' gains in phonological awareness and word comprehension measures following a Mainstream American English dialect awareness program (“Talking and Learning for Kindergarten”).
- Apel, K. & Henbest, V.S. (2016). Affix Meaning Knowledge in First Through Third Grade Students. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 47, 148–156.
- Edwards, J.R. & Rosin, P. (2016). A Prekindergarten Curriculum Supplement for Enhancing Mainstream American English Knowledge in Nonmainstream American English Speakers. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 47, 113–122.
- Lyster, S.A.H., Lervåg, A.O., Hulme, C. (2016). Preschool morphological training produces long-term improvements in reading comprehension. Reading and Writing, April, 1–20.
- Steel, G. Rose, M., & Eadie, P. (2016). The Production of Complement Clauses in Children With Language Impairment. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 59, 330–341.