Sökning: "early vocabulary development"
Visar resultat 1 - 5 av 17 avhandlingar innehållade orden early vocabulary development.
1. Children's Vocabulary Development : The role of parental input, vocabulary composition and early communicative skills
Sammanfattning : The aim of this thesis is to examine the early vocabulary development of a sample of Swedish children in relation to parental input and early communicative skills. Three studies are situated in an overall description of early language development in children. LÄS MER
Sammanfattning : Speech perception, articulation, and word learning are three major tiers of language development in young children, integrating perceptual and productive language abilities. Infant speech perception precedes speech production and is the basis for native language learning. LÄS MER
3. Turn-taking and early phonology : Contingency in parent-child interaction and assessment of early speech production
Sammanfattning : This thesis focuses on contingency in parent-child interaction, investigating it in the light of the linguistic capacity of the child and the status of the caregiver. Further, the thesis covers the development of two tools to assess the developmental maturity level of expressive phonology. LÄS MER
4. Early communicative and language development in Swedish children : methods, results, clinical implications, and prospects for the future
Sammanfattning : The present thesis concerns communicative and language skills in Swedish children and the instruments designed to measure those skills. The primary focus of the paper is on findings related to the field of communicative and language skills and on important methodological issues. LÄS MER
5. Words and non-words : Vocabulary and phonological working memory in Arabic-Swedish-speaking 4–7-year-olds with and without a diagnosis of Developmental Language Disorder
Sammanfattning : This thesis investigates the vocabulary skills and the non-word repetition (NWR) performance of 99 typically developing (TD) 4–7-year-old Arabic-Swedish-speaking children and 11 Arabic-Swedish-speaking children with a diagnosis of Developmental Language Disorder (DLD). The children’s early language development, family backgrounds and language exposure patterns are explored through parental questionnaires, and for the DLD children also via interviews with parents, teachers and speech-language pathologists regarding their developmental history, language skills and communicative behaviour. LÄS MER