Expressive Vocabulary Development in Children from Bilingual and Monolingual Homes: A Longitudinal Study from Two to Four Years.

@article{Hoff2014ExpressiveVD,
  title={Expressive Vocabulary Development in Children from Bilingual and Monolingual Homes: A Longitudinal Study from Two to Four Years.},
  author={Erika Hoff and Rosario Rumiche and Andrea Backscheider Burridge and Krystal M Ribot and Stephanie N Welsh},
  journal={Early childhood research quarterly},
  year={2014},
  volume={29 4},
  pages={433-444}
}
The early course of language development among children from bilingual homes varies in ways that are not well described and as a result of influences that are not well understood. Here, we describe trajectories of relative change in expressive vocabulary from 22 to 48 months and vocabulary achievement at 48 months in two groups of children from bilingual homes (children with one and children with two native Spanish-speaking parents [ns = 15 and 11]) and in an SES-equivalent group of children… CONTINUE READING
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