Objectives: Based on both prior theoretical and empirical research, this paper tested the proposition that fine motor development longitudinally mediates the effect of infants’ language and cognitive development on later mental ability.
Methods: Three data sets from 6 months t...
Objectives: The purposes of this study were to investigate the effects of morphologic and syntactic cues on the sentence comprehension ability of preschool children, and to explore which working memory tasks significantly predict sentence comprehension ability.
Objectives: All children demonstrate subtle linguistic disfluencies; children with vocabulary delay (VD), regardless of the presence of speech disorders, tend to produce disfluencies when phonological (linguistic) demands exceed their capacities. The current study examined wheth...
Objectives: Previous studies have shown that poor comprehenders have inadequate inferencing skills, however, there is a lack of research on how they produce inferences in comprehension processing when reading text. This study analyzed the inference aspect produced when poor comp...
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