University of Rouen
| Participants: || 2 |
| Type of Study: || naturalistic |
| Location: || France |
| Media type: || video |
| DOI: || doi:10.21415/T5K023 |
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Hunkeler, H. (2005). Aspects of the evolution of the early lexicon in the
interactions mother-child: Case study of two dizygotic twin children
between 15 and 26 months. University of Rouen.
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This is a study of Dr. Hunkeler’s children Camille and Pierre who are
dizygotic twins. Within the framework of his doctoral thesis, he
studied the development of the early lexicon of these two children in
interaction with their mother from about 1;6 to 2;6.