Emotional Expression and Language: A Longitudinal Study of Typically Developing Earlier and Later Talkers from 15 to 30 Months.

@article{Kubicek2012EmotionalEA,
  title={Emotional Expression and Language: A Longitudinal Study of Typically Developing Earlier and Later Talkers from 15 to 30 Months.},
  author={Lorraine F. Kubicek and Robert Newcomb Emde},
  journal={Infant mental health journal},
  year={2012},
  volume={33 6},
  pages={
          597-598
        }
}
We appreciate the thoughtful commentaries written in response to our study which focuses on the relation between emotional expression and language just as productive language emerges during toddlerhood. Although children’s emotional expression and language both develop during infancy and early childhood, to date, these two communication systems have been studied primarily in isolation. The three commentators provide useful perspectives and questions for further research. Two of the commentaries… CONTINUE READING
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