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The role of action in early lexical acquisition was explored in 12 children (1;0.21 to 1;3.15) through the presentation of 16 contrived concepts, each involving a nonsense word and 4 unfamiliar objects or 4 unfamiliar actions. The investigator performed a familiar action on each experimental...
This project was planned to inquire into some aspects of the child's concept of the speech act. Eighty elementary school children, with ages from 5 to 14 years, were interviewed to determine their views on such matters as how people talk, why babies can't talk, etc. The children's responses were...
In Study 1, children ranging in age from 2 to 6 years were asked to describe one and two object referent sets to one listener who could see the objects and one listener who could not see the objects. The results indicated that all the children gave more information when describing two object...
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