The Relationship Between Maternal Language Measures and Language Development in Toddlers With Expressive Vocabulary Delays

@article{Girolametto1999TheRB,
  title={The Relationship Between Maternal Language Measures and Language Development in Toddlers With Expressive Vocabulary Delays},
  author={L. Girolametto and E. Weitzman and Megan Wiigs and P. Pearce},
  journal={American Journal of Speech-language Pathology},
  year={1999},
  volume={8},
  pages={364-374}
}
This study examined the relationship between variation in maternal language and variation in language development in a group of 12 children with expressive vocabulary delays. Mothers and their chil... 
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