Visual ERP repetition effects to novel objects predict word fast-mapping ability in 20-month

  • K Torkildsen

Abstract

Vocabulary development between 18 and 24 months shows enormous individual variability (Fenson et al., 1994). Although the causes of individual differences are many and complex, one factor that has been found to predict productive vocabulary at this age is the ability to receptively fast map a novel word to a novel object (Torkildsen et al., 2009; Torkildsen… (More)

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