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What counts in the development of young children's number knowledge?

A study of the relationship between the number talk infants and toddlers hear from their primary caregiver in the home environment and their understanding of the numeric meanings of number words at preschool age, based on video transcripts of home observations of 44 parent-infant dyads as well as tests administered to parents and children
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United States

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