Speech+gesture combinations for and by infants in the Netherlands and Mozambique

P. Vogt, C. De Jong

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    Title of host publicationCongress of the Interactional Association for the Study of Child Language
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    Vogt, P., & De Jong, C. (2017). Speech+gesture combinations for and by infants in the Netherlands and Mozambique. In Congress of the Interactional Association for the Study of Child Language
    Vogt, P. ; De Jong, C./ Speech+gesture combinations for and by infants in the Netherlands and Mozambique. Congress of the Interactional Association for the Study of Child Language. 2017.
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    Vogt, P & De Jong, C 2017, Speech+gesture combinations for and by infants in the Netherlands and Mozambique. in Congress of the Interactional Association for the Study of Child Language.

    Speech+gesture combinations for and by infants in the Netherlands and Mozambique. / Vogt, P.; De Jong, C.

    Congress of the Interactional Association for the Study of Child Language. 2017.

    Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingConference contributionScientificpeer-review

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