The Language Development of Children of Adolescent Mothers: An Investigation of Factors that Promote Resilient Functioning.Baczewski, Lauren.
Abstract: The present study examined the language trajectories of a sample of children of adolescent mothers over the course of two years. At ~ 24 months old, children scored below average on a measure of language skills. At ~ 48 months, children scored within the average range, suggesting a trend towards positive language development. Early language scores significantly predicted later scores. Ch... read more
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