Maternal Interaction, Private Speech, and Task Performance in Preschool Children.

@inproceedings{Berk1995MaternalIP,
  title={Maternal Interaction, Private Speech, and Task Performance in Preschool Children.},
  author={Laura E. Berk and Sarah T. Spuhl},
  year={1995}
}
Abstract This study examined the correspondence between ontogenetic and microgenetic change in private speech, the association of private speech with task performance, and the relationship of maternal interaction during a teaching session to preschoolers' verbal self-regulation and success in independent problem solving. Thirty 4- and 5-year-olds were observed while their mothers assisted them in solving two challenging tasks. In three subsequent sessions, children's private speech and… CONTINUE READING

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