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A new measure for assessing the contributions of higher level processes to language comprehension performance in preschoolers

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A validation of the preschooler component processes task (PR-CPT), a measure that provides estimates of a preschooler's ability to recall text, to make text-based inferences, to access knowledge from long-term memory, and to integrate this accessed knowledge with new information from the text, based on data from 73 4- to 6-year-old children recruited via flyers posted at the University of Texas at San Antonio and child care centers in the surrounding area
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Reports & Papers
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United States
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Texas

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