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Lexical competition in young children's word learning

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A comparison of the analytical abilities of children when learning words which are phonetically similar or phonetically different from words already in their vocabularies, in populations of 70 American and 28 Dutch 1-2 year-old children
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Reports & Papers
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United States; Netherlands

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