Parent Child Interactions
Characteristics of Mothers’ Language to Infants During Play Tasks at 14 and 24 months
Language and Play in Parent Child-Interactions.
Routine Language: Speech Directed to Infants During Home Activities
Becoming a Communicative Partner: Infant Responsiveness to Maternal Language and Gestures Across the Second Year.
Taking Center Stage: Infants' Active Role in Language Learning
Power in Methods: Language Inputs to Infants in Structured and Naturalistic Contexts.
“What happened next ?”: Developmental Changes in Mothers’ Questions to Children.
Children’s Language Growth in Spanish and English Across Early Development: Association to School Readiness
Parental Responsiveness and Scaffolding of Language Development.