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How children are and aren’t like adults when it comes to interpreting pronouns: A developmental modeling investigation

 

Resolved: It is “alarming for both scientific and ethical reasons” to encourage talking with young children in non-Western societies.  Really??

 

Does Talking to Children Matter? A New Look at Past Work

 

Noise in the Nursery: 3 Ways Noise Can Impact Your Child's Learning

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Learning words in a dynamic world

 

Talk and discussion will last one hour. At 3:30 we will have a brief Q&A with Ewan about his career path since completing his PhD at UMD.

Modelling early language acquisition from raw speech data

 

A new way to find developmentally meaningful variation in children's input: A look at syntactic knowledge across socio-economic status

 

Julianne Garbarino (HESP): How do disfluencies relate to early grammatical errors?

Abstract: Children usually begin to stutter between ages 2.5 and 3.5-- a period when their expressive language includes many errors when compared to adult models. This talk will explore the relationship between grammatical errors in children's early language and the production of stuttering-like and non-stuttered disfluencies.

 

 

Non-actional passives can be comprehended by 4-year olds

Join Zoom Meeting here: https://umd.zoom.us/j/817699157
Meeting ID: 817 699 157
 

African American English and early literacy: A comparison of approaches to quantifying nonmainstream dialect use

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