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ERIC Number: EJ568607
Record Type: CIJE
Publication Date: 1998
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Children's Language Proficiency at Ages 2 and 3 as Predictors of Behavior Problems, Social and Cognitive Development at Age 3.
Carson, David K.; Klee, Thomas; Lee, Sarah; Perry, Cecyle K.; Williams, Karen C.
Journal of Children's Communication Development, v19 n2 p21-30 Spr 1998
This study examined the relationship among language proficiency, behavior problems, and other areas of development in 36 children (ages 36 to 40 months). A strong association was found between deficiencies in both expressive and receptive language and behavioral difficulties. Specifically, deficits in expressive language at age 2 were more predictive of internalizing rather than externalizing behavior problems at age 3. (DB)
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Audience: Researchers
Language: English
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