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Benet‐Martínez, Verónica & Niels G. Waller
2002. From adorable to worthless: implicit and self‐report structure of highly evaluative personality descriptors. European Journal of Personality 16:1  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Boudreau, Donna
2001. The Development of Narrative Abilities in Children. Perspectives on Language Learning and Education 8:2  pp. 2 ff. Crossref logo
Luo, Rufan, Catherine S. Tamis-LeMonda, Yana Kuchirko, Florrie F. Ng & Eva Liang
2014. Mother-Child Book-Sharing and Children's Storytelling Skills in Ethnically Diverse, Low-Income Families. Infant and Child Development 23:4  pp. 402 ff. Crossref logo
Parke, Tim
2001. Words and Turns: Bilingual and Monolingual Children Construct a Story. Linguistics and Education 12:4  pp. 409 ff. Crossref logo
Price, Johanna R., Joanne E. Roberts & Sandra C. Jackson
2006. Structural Development of the Fictional Narratives of African American Preschoolers. Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools 37:3  pp. 178 ff. Crossref logo
SHIRO, Martha, Erika HOFF & Krystal M. RIBOT
2020. Cultural differences in the content of child talk: evaluative lexis of English monolingual and Spanish–English bilingual 30-month-olds. Journal of Child Language 47:4  pp. 844 ff. Crossref logo
Willenberg, Ingrid
2017. ‘Once upon a time in Bearland’: Longitudinal development of fictional narratives in South African children. First Language 37:2  pp. 150 ff. Crossref logo

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