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An attempt to learn something about children’s language through elicited imitation

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An experience with four and five year olds

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Brown, R. and U. Bellugi
1964 “Three Processes in the Child’s Acquisition of Syntax”, Harvard Educational Review, 34, 133–151. doi: 10.17763/haer.34.2.c5263w0q03222r14
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1963 “The Acquisition of Syntax”. In C.N. Cofer and B.S. Musgrave (Eds.), Verbal Behaviour and Learning. New York: McGraw-Hill, pp.158–197.
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1973 “Elicited Imitation as a research tool in Developmental Psycholinguistics”. In Ferguson and Slobin (Eds.), Studies in Child Language Development. New York: Holt & Winston, pp.485–497.
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