Longitudinal studies of early childhood
I am currently reviewing the literature on longitudinal studies of early childhood development regarding (mostly) speech processing. This is a preparatory study for ISEP. I will be posting annotated entries here.
Lynch, Michael P., D. Kimbrough Oller, Michele L. Steffens, and Eugene H. Buder. “Phrasing in Prelinguistic Vocalizations.” Developmental Psychobiology 28 (1): 3-25. 1995.
Murry, Thomas, Jeannette Hoit-Dalgaard, and Vincent L. Gracco. “Infant Vocalization: A Longitudinal Study of Acoustic and Temporal Parameters,” Folia Phoniatrica 35: 245-253 (1983).
Nathani, Suneeti, D. Kimbrough Oller, and Alan B. Cobo-Lewis. “Final Syllable Lengthening (FSL) in infant vocalizations,” Journal of Child Language 30 (2003): 3-25.
Petitto, Laura Ann. “On the biological foundations of human language,” in Emmorey et al, Eds., The Signs of Language Revisited. [CITY?]: Lawrence Erlbaum. 2000.
Plantinga, Judy and Laurel J. Trainor. “Memory for melody: infants use a relative pitch code,” Cognition 98 (2005): 1-11.
Saffran, Jenny R., Richard N. Aslin & Elissa L. Newport. “Statistical Learning by 8-Month-Old Infants,” Science 274 (13 December 1996).