Highlights from a literature review prepared for the Face to Face research project

C. Hamer, K. J. Topping, R. Dekhinet

    Research output: Non-textual formWeb publication/site

    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherNational Literacy Trust - Talk To Your Baby
    Publication statusPublished - 2010

    Keywords

    • Child development
    • Communication
    • Parenting
    • Children
    • Language development
    • Literature review

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    Highlights from a literature review prepared for the Face to Face research project. Hamer, C. (Author); Topping, K. J. (Author); Dekhinet, R. (Author). 2010. National Literacy Trust - Talk To Your Baby.

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    Hamer C (Author), Topping KJ (Author), Dekhinet R (Author). Highlights from a literature review prepared for the Face to Face research project National Literacy Trust - Talk To Your Baby. 2010.