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Quantifying phonological representation abilities in Spanish-speaking preschool children

A study of preschool children's representation-related phonological processing abilities (RRPPA), a validation of psychometric properties of typical measures of RRPPA, and a description of Spanish phonological representation abilities of Spanish-English bilingual children, based on data from 129 Spanish-speaking preschool children in attendance at 24 center based preschool programs in Houston, Texas
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