Longitudinal Observations of Individual Infant's Vocalizations Twice a week observation of five infants' vocalizations during the first 30 weeks of life showed that hearing impaired infants displayed different language patterns than normally hearing infants. Developmental differences in vocal activity were observed by six weeks of age, suggesting that hearing impaired infants may differ from unimpaired infants ... Reports
Reports  |   August 01, 1981
Longitudinal Observations of Individual Infant's Vocalizations
 
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Reports   |   August 01, 1981
Longitudinal Observations of Individual Infant's Vocalizations
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, August 1981, Vol. 46, 267-273. doi:10.1044/jshd.4603.267
History: Received May 16, 1978 , Accepted May 14, 1980
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, August 1981, Vol. 46, 267-273. doi:10.1044/jshd.4603.267
History: Received May 16, 1978; Accepted May 14, 1980

Twice a week observation of five infants' vocalizations during the first 30 weeks of life showed that hearing impaired infants displayed different language patterns than normally hearing infants. Developmental differences in vocal activity were observed by six weeks of age, suggesting that hearing impaired infants may differ from unimpaired infants earlier than has been believed.

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