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Language Development

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  • Wallace, Valerie, Lise Menn, and Christine Yoshinaga-Itano. 2000. Is babble the gateway to speech for all children? A longitudinal study of deaf and hard-of-hearing infants. In C. Yoshinaga-Itano and A. Sedey (eds.) Language, Speech, and Social-Emotional Development of Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Children: The Early Years.Volta Review Research Monograph.
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