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Early Childhood Research Quarterly he parent advantage in fostering children ’ s e-book comprehension

  title={Early Childhood Research Quarterly he parent advantage in fostering children ’ s e-book comprehension},
  author={ebecca A. Dorea and Brenna Hassinger-Dase and Natalie Brezackc and Tara L. Valladaresd and lexis Pallera and Lien Vub and R. Golinkoffa and Kathy Hirsh-Pasekb},
One potential advantage of e-books is that unlike traditional books, preschoolers can read independent of an adult by using the audio narration feature. However, little research has investigated whether children comprehend a story’s content after using an e-book with audio narration. The current study compares preschoolers’ comprehension of an e-book in three conditions: (1) parent reading, in which parents read the e-book to their children, (2) independent with audio, in which children see the… Expand
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