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LINGUIST List 20.1674

Fri May 01 2009

Disc: Uneducated families = Noncomplex language?

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        1.    Kevin R. Gregg, Uneducated families = Noncomplex language?

Message 1: Uneducated families = Noncomplex language?
Date: 01-May-2009
From: Kevin R. Gregg <greggandrew.ac.jp>
Subject: Uneducated families = Noncomplex language?
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I have nothing to say (worth reading, anyway) on the subject, but I was
reminded of a recent article that might be of interest:

D.A. Hackman & M.J. Farah. 2009. Socioeconomic status and the developing
brain. Trends in Cognitive Sciences 13:65-73.

I haven't had a chance to read it, but they do touch on language
development (although Kuhl is not cited).


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                            Language Acquisition
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