Language Experience and Early Language Development: From Input to Uptake (Essays in Developmental Psychology)
By: Margaret Harris (author)Paperback
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Addresses one debate in language development, namely the relationship between children's language development and their language experience.
Language and Environment - Some Evidence from Chomsky; Children and Chimpanzees. Language Development and Adult Speech. The Social Context of Early Language Experience. From Input to Uptake - Traversing a Methodological Minefield. What Adults Say to Children. Language Experience and Vocabulary Development. The Establishment and Development of Word Meaning. Early Language Development in Deaf Children. Language Experience and Ealry Language Development.
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