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Children’s joint attention in AAC (short summary)

Children’s
joint
attention
in
AAC

This study investigated infants' attention in situations that involved an infant, adult, storybook and potential aided AAC system. Differences in infants' attention depended on the physical location of the AAC system, infants' age, activity levels and cognitive skills and adults' interactive styles. Though the infants in this study did not have any developmental disabilities, results suggest that these factors may be important in children's interactions with AAC systems generally.


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Added to site August 2013


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