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Language Development

 Rosalind's References

Bates, Elizabeth. On the Nature and Nurture of

       Language. University of California, San Diego



Elizabeth Bates.Language Learning and Development, 1

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Bhatia, T.K., & Ritchie, W.C. (1999). Handbook of  

      Child Language Acquisition. San Diego, California:

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Crain, S. & Pietroski, P. (2002). Why Language

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Curtiss, Susan. (1977). Genie: A Psycholinguistic Study

      of a Modern-Day “Wild Child”. New York, NY:

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 Gazzaniga, M.S. (1992). Nature’s Mind: The Biological

      Roots of thinking, Emotion, Sexuality, Language,and

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 Hetherington, Mavis E. Parke, Ross. Schmuckler, Mark.

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McLaughlin, Berry. Blanchard, A.G. Osanai, Yuka.

      (1995). Assessing Language Development

      in Bilingual Preschool Children. NCBE Program

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Morgan, James L. (1996). Finding Relationships

      Between Input  and Outcome in Language

      Acquisition. Developmental Psychology, 32(3), 556-      559



Siegler, R.S. (1998). Children’s Thinking: Third  

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Slobin, D.I. & Tomasello, M. (2005). Thirty Years Of

      Research On Language, Cognition, and  

      Development: The Legacy of


Tomasello, Michael. (2004).What Kind Of Evidence

      Could Refute the UG Hypothesis, Studies in

      Language 28(3), 642-645


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Wood, David. (1988). How Children Think and Learn:

      The Social Contexts of Cognitive Development.   

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Rachel's References
Cowie, Fiona. What's Within. Oxford University Press,
Crain, Stephen. Pietroski, Paul. Nature, Nurture and
        Universal Grammar. Retrieved October 26, 2006
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Keenan, Thomas. An Introduction to Child
        Development. Sage Publications Inc. 2002.
Knezek, Malia. Nature vs. Nurture: The Miracle of
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Language Acquisition. Retrieved October 14, 2006,
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Medina, Suzanne L. Using Music to Enhance Second
        Language Acquisition: From Theory to Practice.
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Nativist Theory: Chomsky and language learning.
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