Presenting research is the study of vocal-speech interaction in mother-child dyads and in experimentation-child dyads for orphans. The goal of the research was description of mother-child vocal-speech interaction and mutual imitation during first two years of child’s life for revealing normative Russian motherese dynamic and child speech mastering developmental improve the features of child speech development at mother’s deprivation. The features of mother’s utterances, child speech and sounds were measured instrumentally and by auditory methods. Phonetic description of children’s sounds was used. 20 mother-child dyads were video and audio longitudinal recorded during first year of child’s life, 15 these dyads were recorded during second year of child’s life. Children from 9 mother-child dyads had light neurological disorders, so they were marked as “risk group”. 22 orphans without serious genetic and neurological disorders of first and the second years of life were recorded one or two times for every child.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationThe XI Congress of the International Association for the Study of Child Language
PublisherEdinburgh University Press
Publication statusPublished - 2008

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