Do Mother and Child Interactive Behaviours Impact Later Language Skills?

Language development greatly contributes to the developed reading skills, school readiness, and school success of children. Generally, children who enter school have different skill levels, impacting their language growth, academic achievement, and cognitive development.
Also, children with poor language skills tend to be disadvantaged in psychosocial and employment as compared to their counterparts with a developed language.
There are numerous research findings on the causes of this and the prediction of the children at risk of language difficulties. Some predictions include a family history of poor language skills, …

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