Erika Deangelis

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A popular conception about language development is that comprehension precedes production. Although this is certainly true during the earliest stages of phonological development, once a child possesses the basic articulatory skills required for imitation, it need not necessarily be the case. A child could produce a word without possessing the fully formed(More)
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