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27: Language development disturbances

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Sandhofer CM, Smith LB, Luo J (2000) Counting nouns and verbs in the input. Differential frequencies, different kinds of learning? J Child Lang 27: 561-585

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Schliesser HF, Cary MH (1973) Oral sterognosis in predicting speech performance: Preliminary report. Percept Mot Skills 36: 707-711

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Smith LB, Jones SS, Landau B, Gershkoff-Stowe L, Samuelson L (2002) Object name learning provides on the-job-training for attention. Psychol Sci 13: 13-19

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Striano T, Bushnell EW (2005) Haptic perception of material properties by 3-month-old infants. Infant Behav Dev 28: 266-289