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The Development of Korean Infant Vocal and Articulatory Development List
Jinsook Kim, Jieun Yoon, Hyejin Park, Kyeongyeon Park, Jihyeon Lee
Audiology and Speech Research. 2017;13(2):141-160.   Published online 2017 April 30    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21848/asr.2017.13.2.141

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The Development of Korean Infant Vocal and Articulatory Development List
Audiology and Speech Research. 2017;13(2):141-160   
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Parental perceptions of infant vocal development
Infant Behavior and Development. 1984;7:388   
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Vocal stimulation early in life and infant vocal responsiveness to mother vs. stranger: A curvilinear relationship
Infant Behavior and Development. 1984;7:306   
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Mutual influence of vocal time patterns in mother-infant interactions
Infant Behavior and Development. 1986;9:186   
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Duration of early vocal sounds
Infant Behavior and Development. 1989;12(2):245-250   
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Categorical vocal cues in parental communication with presyllabic infants
Infant Behavior and Development. 1984;7:283   
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The Development of Infant Participation in Communication
Early Vocal Contact and Preterm Infant Brain Development. 2017;55-69   
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Perspectives on the analysis of maternal vocal responsiveness
Infant Behavior and Development. 1998;21:280   
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The possible danger of excessive early maternal vocal stimulation on infant development
Infant Behavior and Development. 1986;9:313   
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The interplay of lexical, facial and vocal affect during early language development
Infant Behavior and Development. 1998;21:516   
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