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Richard Aslin

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Rochester University

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Rochester University

518 Hylan Bldg.

Rochester, New York,14627

United States

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www.thenakedscientists.com

in fact play a critical role in helping toddlers to learn new words, as Rochester University researcher Richard Aslin, publishing in the journal Developmental Science, discovered recently...


www.thenakedscientists.com [cached]

Traditionally viewed as a poor verbal practise, the ums and ers uttered by parents may in fact play a critical role in helping toddlers to learn new words, as Rochester University researcher Richard Aslin, publishing in the journal Developmental Science, discovered recently...
Traditionally viewed as a poor verbal practise, the ums and ers uttered by parents may in fact play a critical role in helping toddlers to learn new words, as Rochester University researcher Richard Aslin, publishing in the journal Developmental Scie... Traditionally viewed as a poor verbal practise, the ums and ers uttered by parents may in fact play a critical role in helping toddlers to learn new words, as Rochester University researcher Richard Aslin, publishing in the journal Developmental Science, discovered recently... naked scientists,dysfluency,toddler, language


www.cbcd.bbk.ac.uk [cached]

Dick Aslin, Rochester University


news.yahoo.com

That's not the case with babies," study researcher Richard Aslin of the University of Rochester said in a statement.


theamericanscholar.org [cached]

In one of the most famous set of studies in developmental psychology, researchers Jenny Saffran, Dick Aslin, and Elissa Newport (all at University of Rochester at the time) created a miniature artificial language consisting of four three-syllable nonsense words (e.g., lapitu, donegi) repeated over and over again in a random order and without any pauses separating them (e.g., lapitudonegi).


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