Input and uptake at months predicts toddler vocabulary : the role of child-directed speech and infant processing skills in language development


Both the input directed to the child, and the child’s ability to process that input, are likely to impact the child’s language acquisition. We explore how these factors inter-relate by tracking the relationships among: (a) lexical properties of maternal child-directed speech to prelinguistic (month-old) infants (N= ); (b) these infants’ abilities to… (More)


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