Development

Language Development at an Early Age: Learning Mechanisms and Outcomes from Birth to Five Years

Erika Hoff, PhD

Department of Psychology, Florida Atlantic University, USA

October 2009
Factors that Influence Language Development

Judith Johnston, PhD

University of British Columbia, Canada

September 2010, 2nd ed.
Biological Bases of Language Development

Eric Pakulak, PhD, Helen Neville, PhD

University of Oregon, USA

April 2010
Parents’ Role in Fostering Young Children’s Learning and Language Development*

Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda, PhD, Eileen T. Rodriguez, PhD

New York University, USA

November 2009, Rev. ed.
Literacy, Language and Emotional Development

Monique Sénéchal,* PhD

Carleton University, Canada

December 2009, Rev. ed.
Language Development and its Impact on Children’s Psychosocial and Emotional Development

Joseph Beitchman, MD, Elizabeth Brownlie, PhD

University of Toronto, Canada

February 2010, Rev. ed.
The Impact of Language Development on the Psychosocial and Emotional Development of Young Children

Nancy J. Cohen, PhD

Hincks-Dellcrest Centre, Canada

September 2010, 2nd ed.
Language Development and Literacy: Comments on Beitchman and Cohen*

Rosemary Tannock, PhD

The Hospital for Sick Children, Canada

September 2010, 2nd ed.
Literacy and its Impact on Child Development: Comments on Tomblin and Sénéchal

Laura M. Justice, PhD

University of Virginia, USA

September 2010, 2nd ed.
Early Identification of Language Delay

Philip S. Dale, PhD, Janet L. Patterson, PhD

Department of Speech & Hearing Sciences, University of New Mexico, USA

November 2009

Services

Services and Programs Supporting Young Children’s Language Development

Luigi Girolametto, PhD

University of Toronto, Canada

September 2010, 2nd ed.
Programs Supporting Young Children's Language Development

Kathy Thiemann, PhD, Steven F. Warren, PhD

University of Kansas, USA

February 2010, Rev. ed.
Services and Programs Supporting Young Children’s Language Development: Comments on Girolametto, and Thiemann and Warren

Patricia L. Cleave, PhD

Dalhousie University, School of Human Communication Disorders, Canada

September 2010, 2nd ed.
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