Hearing & Speech Sciences
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(2015)Research regarding the influence of specific features typical of infant-directed speech (IDS) and their potential role in facilitating children’s language development is still needed. Very little evidence links features ...
(2015)Verb production is commonly impaired in aphasia, but it has been shown that not all verbs are impaired equally. Some individuals with aphasia have been shown to prefer semantically general "light" verbs, while others prefer ...
(2015)Several studies have explored relationships between children's early phonological development and later language performance. This literature has included a more recent focus on the potential for early vocalization profiles ...
(2015)Young children readily use syntactic cues for word learning in structurally-simple contexts (Naigles, 1990). However, developmental differences in children's language processing abilities might interfere with their access ...