Browsing Department of Biological and Medical Psychology by Subject "Language impairment"
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Advancing our understanding of the link between statistical learning and language acquisition: The need for longitudinal data (Frontiers Research Foundation, 2012-08-31)Mastery of language can be a struggle for some children. Amongst those that succeed in achieving this feat there is variability in proficiency. Cognitive scientists remain intrigued by this variation. A now substantial ...Journal articlePeer reviewed