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Published on Apr 23, 2015
Positive conversations between parents and children are about more than just how many words children hear, finds Dale Walker, an associate research professor at the Juniper Gardens Children’s Project in Kansas City, Kan. This video comes from a project stemming from the landmark 1995 Meaningful Differences study, and is meant to show the kinds of positive parent-child interactions that benefit children's language development. VIDEO COURTESY OF DALE WALKER. ____________________
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