Predicting individual variation in language from infant speech perception measures.

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There are increasing reports that individual variation in behavioral and neurophysiological measures of infant speech processing predicts later language outcomes, and specifically concurrent or subsequent vocabulary size. If such findings are held up under scrutiny, they could both illuminate theoretical models of language development and contribute to the… (More)
DOI: 10.1111/cdev.12193

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@article{Cristi2014PredictingIV, title={Predicting individual variation in language from infant speech perception measures.}, author={Alejandrina Cristi{\`a} and Amanda Seidl and Caroline M.M. Junge and Melanie Soderstrom and Peter Hagoort}, journal={Child development}, year={2014}, volume={85 4}, pages={1330-45} }