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Featured Research From Our Lab
- Learning to talk in a gesture-rich world: Early communication of Italian vs. American children. Cultural variation in gesture use is evident even in the communication of young toddlers.
- Variation in vocal-motor development in infant siblings of children with autism. Early motor and vocal development in high-risk infant siblings as an indicator of a future autism diagnosis.
- Gesture paves the way for language development. How children use gestures with speech predicts the transition to two-word combinations.
- Investigating motionese: The effect of infant-directed action on infants' attention and object exploration.