The acquisition of language is a staggering feat, yet one that all typically developing children manage by the time they reach school age. Child Language: Acquisition and Development presents the latest thinking and research on how children acquire or develop their first language, written and developed in a manner that will be stimulating and interesting for a range of undergraduate students.
The reader is encouraged to adopt a critical stance throughout and weigh the evidence for themselves. Key features for the student include:
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Matthew Saxton is trained in psychology and linguistics at the Universities of Edinburgh and Oxford, and worked for about 20 years variously at Royal Holloway, University of London, Westminster University and the Institute of Education - UCL. In 2011, he retrained as a nurse and now works in the NHS at a central London hospital.Review:
This book presents a clear, erudite, state-of-the art account of the complexities of child language. I highly recommend it to undergraduate, graduate students and researchers alike.--Carol Goldfus "Educational Review "
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