"Baby Doc" Eden Explains

Eden, Alvin N.
September 2009
Pediatrics for Parents;Sep/Oct2009, Vol. 25 Issue 9/10, p17
The article presents the author's perspectives on the aspects of language development among babies. It highlights concerns of parents on the issues of baby's language acquisition delay, citing the tendency of other babies to acquire language at an early age. It also discusses the different types of language, as well as the major causes and factors of language delay.


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