Establishing word-object relations: a first step.


This work explores how infants in the early phases of acquiring language come to establish an initial mapping between objects and their labels. If infants are biased to attend more to objects in the presence of language, that could help them to note word-object object pairings. To test this, a first study compared how long 18 10-14-month-old infants looked… (More)

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@article{Baldwin1989EstablishingWR, title={Establishing word-object relations: a first step.}, author={D. A. Baldwin and E M Markman}, journal={Child development}, year={1989}, volume={60 2}, pages={381-98} }