Extended Statistical Learning as an account for slow vocabulary growth.


Stokes (2010) compared the lexicons of English-speaking late talkers (LT) with those of their typically developing (TD) peers on neighborhood density (ND) and word frequency (WF) characteristics and suggested that LTs employed learning strategies that differed from those of their TD peers. This research sought to explore the cross-linguistic validity of… (More)
DOI: 10.1017/S0305000911000031

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