Rosemary Hodges

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BACKGROUND Although verbal imitation can provide a valuable window into the developing language abilities of toddlers, some toddlers find verbal imitation challenging and will not comply with tests that involve elicited verbal imitation. The characteristics of stimuli that are offered to toddlers for imitation may influence how easy or hard it is for them(More)
PURPOSE Assessing toddlers' speech is challenging. We explored responses made by late talkers and their typically developing peers in structured speech sampling contexts and determined if late talker subgroups could be identified. METHOD Twenty-six late talkers and 26 age-matched typically developing toddlers participated in an expressive phonology(More)
(2016). Elicited imitation ability and its influence on word learning (forthcoming). Journal of Experimental Child Psychology. (2016). Evaluating the pragmatic language skills of children with ADHD and typically developing playmates following a pilot parent-delivered play-based intervention. Narrative skills of children treated for brain tumours: The impact(More)
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