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Deaf and hearing children’s picture naming

@inproceedings{Woll2017DeafAH,
  title={Deaf and hearing children’s picture naming},
  author={Bencie Woll},
  year={2017}
}
  • Bencie Woll
  • Published 2017
  • Stefanini, Bello, Caselli, Iverson & Volterra (2009) reported that Italian 24-36 month old children use a high proportion of representational gestures to accompany their spoken responses when labelling pictures. The two studies reported here used the same naming task with (1) typically developing 24-46 month old hearing children acquiring English and (2) deaf children of deaf and hearing parents aged 24-63 months acquiring British Sign Language (BSL) and spoken English. In Study 1 children… CONTINUE READING

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