2017 Distinguished Faculty Research Lecture, 3/29

2017 Distinguished Faculty Research Lecture, …

Bottle, ball, dog, chair, toy. How do babies, as young as 8 to 10 months, learn their first words?

Language learning…

2017 Distinguished Faculty Research Lecture, …
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2017 Distinguished Faculty Research Lecture, 3/29

March 9, 2017

Bottle, ball, dog, chair, toy. How do babies, as young as 8 to 10 months, learn their first words? Language learning among older babies and toddlers, about age 2 and up, has been well-studied. But little is known about how babies first “break into language,” according to researcher Linda B. Smith, a Chancellor’s Professor and […]

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