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Language acquisition

Here are entered works which discuss from the linguistic or psycholinguistic viewpoint the process of the acquisition of the native language in children. Works which discuss child language in general or within an educational framework, including general characteristics and usage, are entered under the heading Children -- Language.

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  • Acquisition of language
  • Developmental linguistics
  • Developmental psycholinguistics
  • Language and languages -- Acquisition
  • Language development in children
  • Psycholinguistics, Developmental
Filed under: Language acquisition Filed under: Language acquisition -- Congresses Filed under: Language acquisition -- North America -- CongressesFiled under: Language acquisition -- Data processingFiled under: Second language acquisition Filed under: Second language acquisition -- Periodicals

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