Language development / Patricia Brooks, Vera Kempe ; developmental psychology series editor Martyn Barrett.
Contributor(s): Kempe, Vera | Barrett, Martyn.Material type: BookCall no.: P118 .B696 2012Series: BPS textbooks in psychology: Publication: Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley-Blackwell, 2012Description: xv, 383 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781444331462 (pbk.); 1444331469 (pbk.).Subject(s): Language acquisition
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 303-366) and index.
1. What enables infants to acquire language? 2. What do infants learn before they speak their first word? 3. How does social change and cognitive development support language development? 4. How do children learn words? 5. How do children learn to combine and modify words? 6. What kind of language do children encounter? 7. How do children learn to use language? 8. How does language development affect cognition? 9. What is the role of literacy in language development? 10. What causes language impairments? 11. How do deaf children acquire language? 12. How does language development affect the brain?
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