alexa Maternal Shared Reading with Toddlers Born Preterm and Full-Term

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Maternal Shared Reading with Toddlers Born Preterm and Full-Term

The mothers with children who were in the normal expressive language group used this strategy more often than the mothers who had children in the low expressive language group. The authors suggested that mothers who asked a question about the book and then answered it themselves (e.g., “What’s this? That’s a horse.”) were more sensitive to their child’s level of language development. They hypothesized that perhaps by using this type of strategy, their mothers were providing their child more vocabulary learning opportunities.

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