Language learning begins much earlier than one might think, and numerous factors play an essential role in that process. Janet Werker has spent years investigating how children acquire language.
MSU research found that a child’s ability to "self-regulate" is a critical element in childhood language and literacy development.
Study tracks eye movement to determine how well people understand English as a foreign language.
Speakers hesitate or make brief pauses filled with sounds like “uh” or “uhm” mostly before nouns. Such slow-down effects are far less frequent before verbs, as UZH researchers working together wit
Alcuni dati indicano che la produzione del linguaggio fornisce una forte esperienza di apprendimento nell'imparare una lingua straniera. Ciò sembra dipendere dal fatto che la produzione orale richiede
By Antonella Sorace & Thomas Bak The idea that there is a critical period for language learning has been around for a long time, at least since Eric Lenneberg’s 1967 book “Biological Foundation…