SECTION 2. RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES Language Development and Emotional Expression

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The relation of language and emotion in development is most often thought about in terms of how language describes emotional experiences with words that name different feelings. However, children typically do not begin to use these words until language development is well underway, at approximately 2 years of age. Given the relatively small number of words… (More)

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@inproceedings{Bloom1998SECTION2R, title={SECTION 2. RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES Language Development and Emotional Expression}, author={Lois Bloom}, year={1998} }