Holding on to childhood language memory

@article{Oh2003HoldingOT,
  title={Holding on to childhood language memory},
  author={Janet S. Oh and S. Jun and Leah M. Knightly and T. Au},
  journal={Cognition},
  year={2003},
  volume={86},
  pages={B53-B64}
}
While early language experience seems crucial for mastering phonology, it remains unclear whether there are lasting benefits of speaking a language regularly during childhood if the quantity and quality of speaking drop dramatically after childhood. This study explored the accessibility of early childhood language memory. Specifically, it compared perception and production of Korean speech sounds by childhood speakers who had spoken Korean regularly for a few years during childhood to those of… Expand
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