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Paul M. Wright, Lauriece L. Zittel, Tawanda Gipson and Crystal Williams

skills); eight in the Language Development scale (e.g., uses language to express thoughts and needs); 10 in the Cognitive Development scale (e.g., uses classification skills); and 12 in the Literacy Development scale (e.g., demonstrates knowledge of the alphabet). All items were rated on a 10-point scale

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Disorder Sarah J. Woodruff * Connie Bothwell-Myers * Maureen Tingley * Wayne J. Albert * 7 2002 19 3 378 391 10.1123/apaq.19.3.378 Books & Media Movement ABC’s: An Inclusive Guide to Stimulating Language Development; Disability Sport & Recreation Resources (3rd ed.) Lynda Reeves Cindy K

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Sofiya Alhassan, Christine W. St. Laurent and Sarah Burkart

• SCT and ecological model • Pre- and postintervention • BMI • PA (SOFIT—sample of 131 participants), gross motor skills (Brigance Diagnostic Inventory of Early Development–II), language development (Peabody Picture Vocabulary Test–III) • Compared with the CON group, the INT group had significant

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Jill Whitall, Farid Bardid, Nancy Getchell, Melissa M. Pangelinan, Leah E. Robinson, Nadja Schott and Jane E. Clark

. As Viholainen et al. ( 2006 ) found in their study of early motor development, reading, and language, those infants at risk for dyslexia demonstrated a relationship between their slow motor development as infants and their later reading speed and language development. This relationship between motor

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David I. Anderson

) discovered a link between the onset of walking and early language development. Infants who were capable of walking had significantly higher productive and receptive vocabularies than same-age infants who were not yet walking. These findings were replicated and then extended with a sample of Mandarin

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Jennifer McConnell-Nzunga, Katie A. Weatherson, Louise Masse, Valerie Carson, Guy Faulkner, Erica Lau, Heather McKay, Viviene Temple, Luke Wolfenden and Patti J. Naylor

Physical activity (PA) is critical to early childhood development, as it is associated with motor skill acquisition, psychosocial, cognitive and language development, and physical health. 1 Many Canadian children are not active enough to achieve these health benefits, as national surveys from 2009

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Gina M. Besenyi, Emi B. Hayashi and Richard W. Christiana

): 24325 . 25062944 10.3402/meo.v19.24325 72. Geiger J . The unsteady march . Perspect Biol Med . 2005 ; 48 ( 1 ): 1 – 9 . PubMed ID: 15681874 10.1353/pbm.2005.0009 15681874 73. Mendelsohn AL , Mogilner LN , Dreyer BP , et al . The impact of a clinic-based literacy intervention on language

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Janet L. Hauck, Isabella T. Felzer-Kim and Kathryn L. Gwizdala

explore and manipulate new environments grows, and with this comes new opportunities to similarly develop cognitive, language, and social skills ( Anderson et al., 2013 ; Campos et al., 2000 ). In infants with DS, in particular, motor milestone timing may relate to vocal language development. One study

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Tamara May, Nicole Rinehart, Lisa Barnett, Trina Hinkley, Jane McGillivray, Helen Skouteris, Delwyne Stephens and Debra Goldfinch

( Flippin & Crais, 2011 ), with this also noted by parents in the present study. Evidence suggests that responsive fathering strongly predicts better developmental outcomes for all children, such as improved emotional regulation and cognitive and language development ( Cabrera, Shannon, & Tamis