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Christina Reuterskiöld


Professor of Communication Sciences & Disorders/Speech-Language Pathology. My work focuses on oral and written language skills in children with and without developmental disorders.

Focus on developmental language disorder in children

My research focuses on developmental language disorder in children. My main interest is the influence of non-linguistic and linguistic context on language processing and production.

My studies have also included children with autism, children with hearing impairment and children with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome. I am certified as a Speech Language Pathologist by the American Speech Language and Hearing Association (ASHA) and the Swedish Board of Social Care. After almost two decades in the Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders at New York University, I joined colleagues at Linköping University in 2021.



Grace T. Clark, Christina Reuterskiöld (2023) Word Learning With Orthographic Support in Nonspeaking and Minimally Speaking School-Age Autistic Children Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, Vol. 66, p. 2047-2063 Continue to DOI
Vishnu K. K. Nair, Grace T. Clark, Samantha Siyambalapitiya, Christina Reuterskiöld (2023) Language intervention in bilingual children with developmental language disorder: A systematic review International journal of language and communication disorders, Vol. 58, p. 576-600 Continue to DOI


Samantha Siyambalapitiya, Jessica Paynter, Vishnu K. K. Nair, Christina Reuterskiöld, Madonna Tucker, David Trembath (2022) Longitudinal Social and Communication Outcomes in Children with Autism Raised in Bi/Multilingual Environments Journal of autism and developmental disorders, Vol. 52, p. 339-348 Continue to DOI


Christina Reuterskiöld, Anna Eva Hallin, Vishnu K. K. Nair, Kristina Hansson (2021) Morphosyntactic Challenges for Swedish-Speaking Children with Developmental Language Disorder in Comparison with L1 and L2 Peers Applied Linguistics, Vol. 42, p. 720-739 Continue to DOI
Grace T Clark, Christina Reuterskiöld (2021) Orthographic Support for Word Learning in Clinical Populations: A Systematic Review. Language, speech & hearing services in schools, Vol. 52, p. 937-948 Continue to DOI