An examination of the associations among multiple memory systems, past tense, and vocabulary in typically developing 5-year-old children
Purpose: Considerable research has investigated the role of verbal working memory in language development in children with and without language problems. Much less is currently known about the relationship between language and the declarative and procedural memory systems. This study examined whether these 2 memory systems were related to typically developing children's past tense and lexical knowledge. Method: Fifty-eight typically developing children approximately 5 years of age completed a...[Show more]
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