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Rohlfing, Katharina J. – Journal of Child Language, 2006
Forty Polish children aged between 1;8 and 2;3 were trained over two training sessions in the comprehension of the preposition POD [UNDER]. In the experiment, two variables were manipulated: a within subjects variable of SITUATION and a between subjects variable of LINGUISTIC INPUT. The effect of situation could be found in all trained groups,…
Descriptors: Control Groups, Form Classes (Languages), Linguistics, Training
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Dabrowska, Ewa; Szczerbinski, Marcin – Journal of Child Language, 2006
57 Polish-speaking children aged from 2;4, to 4;8 and 16 adult controls participated in a nonce-word inflection experiment testing their ability to use the genitive, dative and accusative inflections productively. Results show that this ability develops early: the majority of two-year-olds were already productive with all inflections apart from…
Descriptors: Polish, Child Language, Language Acquisition, Adults
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Weist, Richard M.; And Others – Journal of Child Language, 1997
Investigates the potential interaction of conceptual representations and linguistic systems during language acquisition. The study examined language-thought interactions in American, Finnish and Polish children, focusing on the conceptual and linguistic development of space and time. Findings reveal that spatial and temporal linguistic systems and…
Descriptors: Cognitive Development, Cognitive Processes, Concept Formation, Context Effect