Browse College of Applied Health Sciences by Subject "acquisition"
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(2014)This study examines the nature of lexical verb use in parent input in three groups of children with different patterns of verb lexicon growth. Previous input studies have suggested that children's lexical development is ...
(2010-08-20)Purpose: The purpose of the current study was to determine whether brief instruction on toy talk, a language facilitation technique designed to increase the use of 3rd person subjects, would change properties of adult ...
Understanding Contributors to Input Informativeness for Tense Marking: Overlap among English Typology, Parent-Toddler Interaction Style, and Register (2011-01-14)Purpose: The purpose of this study was to better understand the contributors to input informativeness for tense marking, a predictor of child tense marking productivity (Hadley, Rispoli, Fitzgerald and Bahnsen, in press). ...