Intermodal synchrony as a form of maternal responsiveness is associated with language development

Nomikou I, Rohlfing K (2012)
Presented at the 3rd Early Language Acquisition Conference, Lyon, France.

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3rd Early Language Acquisition Conference
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Lyon, France
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2012-12-05 – 2012-12-07
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Nomikou I, Rohlfing K. Intermodal synchrony as a form of maternal responsiveness is associated with language development. Presented at the 3rd Early Language Acquisition Conference, Lyon, France.
Nomikou, I., & Rohlfing, K. (2012). Intermodal synchrony as a form of maternal responsiveness is associated with language development. Presented at the 3rd Early Language Acquisition Conference, Lyon, France.
Nomikou, I., and Rohlfing, K. (2012).“Intermodal synchrony as a form of maternal responsiveness is associated with language development”. Presented at the 3rd Early Language Acquisition Conference, Lyon, France.
Nomikou, I., & Rohlfing, K., 2012. Intermodal synchrony as a form of maternal responsiveness is associated with language development. Presented at the 3rd Early Language Acquisition Conference, Lyon, France.
I. Nomikou and K. Rohlfing, “Intermodal synchrony as a form of maternal responsiveness is associated with language development”, Presented at the 3rd Early Language Acquisition Conference, Lyon, France, 2012.
Nomikou, I., Rohlfing, K.: Intermodal synchrony as a form of maternal responsiveness is associated with language development. Presented at the 3rd Early Language Acquisition Conference, Lyon, France (2012).
Nomikou, Iris, and Rohlfing, Katharina. “Intermodal synchrony as a form of maternal responsiveness is associated with language development”. Presented at the 3rd Early Language Acquisition Conference, Lyon, France, 2012.
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