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Read it again, Pam!: On the importance of repeated reading for the development of language

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An outline of three studies of the effects of active reading and repeated exposure to a book on normally developing children's vocabulary acquisition, and an overview of a separate study of the effect of dialogic reading on the vocabulary acquisition of children with language delays, based on data collected from multiple samples totalling over 200 children
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