Gaga over goo--goo

O'Meara, Stephen
March 1997
Odyssey;Mar97, Vol. 6 Issue 3, p3
Focuses on the early speech development of the infants. Infant's early detection of the clear patterns of language; Use of statistical analysis on figuring out words; Use of normal clues.


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