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Kathryn Leech
Kathryn Leech
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Math talk during informal learning activities in Head Start families
GB Ramani, ML Rowe, SH Eason, KA Leech
Cognitive Development 35, 15-33, 2015
3362015
Going Beyond Input Quantity: Wh‐Questions Matter for Toddlers' Language and Cognitive Development
ML Rowe, KA Leech, N Cabrera
Cognitive science 41, 162-179, 2017
2732017
Development of fine motor skills is associated with expressive language outcomes in infants at high and low risk for autism spectrum disorder
B Choi, KA Leech, H Tager-Flusberg, CA Nelson
Journal of neurodevelopmental disorders 10, 1-11, 2018
1542018
Father input and child vocabulary development: The importance of wh questions and clarification requests
KA Leech, VC Salo, ML Rowe, NJ Cabrera
Seminars in speech and language 34 (04), 249-259, 2013
1292013
A parent intervention with a growth mindset approach improves children's early gesture and vocabulary development
ML Rowe, KA Leech
Developmental science 22 (4), e12792, 2019
962019
A brief parent-focused intervention to improve preschoolers’ conversational skills and school readiness.
K Leech, R Wei, JR Harring, ML Rowe
Developmental psychology 54 (1), 15, 2018
922018
Low-income fathers’ speech to toddlers during book reading versus toy play
VC Salo, ML Rowe, KA Leech, NJ Cabrera
Journal of Child Language 43 (6), 1385-1399, 2016
692016
Preliminary evidence that growth in productive language differentiates childhood stuttering persistence and recovery
KA Leech, N Bernstein Ratner, B Brown, CM Weber
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 60 (11), 3097-3109, 2017
512017
A comparison of preschool children’s discussions with parents during picture book and chapter book reading
KA Leech, ML Rowe
First Language 34 (3), 205-226, 2014
502014
An intervention to increase conversational turns between parents and young children
KA Leech
Journal of Child Language 48 (2), 399-412, 2021
482021
Training preschoolers’ prospective abilities through conversation about the extended self.
N Chernyak, KA Leech, ML Rowe
Developmental Psychology 53 (4), 652, 2017
402017
Exploring socioeconomic differences in syntactic development through the lens of real-time processing
YT Huang, K Leech, ML Rowe
Cognition 159, 61-75, 2017
402017
Conversation about the future self improves preschoolers’ prospection abilities
KA Leech, K Leimgruber, F Warneken, ML Rowe
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology 181, 110-120, 2019
322019
Embedding explanations into storybooks impacts children’s scientific discourse and learning
KA Leech, AS Haber, Y Jalkh, KH Corriveau
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 1016, 0
28
How does a switch work?
K Kurkul, E Castine, K Leech, KH Corriveau
The role of mechanistic language in children’s learning from parents …, 0
28
Investigating science together: Inquiry-based training promotes scientific conversations in parent-child interactions
IL Chandler-Campbell, KA Leech, KH Corriveau
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 535572, 2020
232020
Questions and explanations in the classroom: Examining variation in early childhood teachers’ responses to children's scientific questions
AS Haber, KA Leech, DT Benton, N Dashoush, KH Corriveau
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 57, 121-132, 2021
222021
How does a switch work? The relation between adult mechanistic language and children's learning
KE Kurkul, E Castine, K Leech, KH Corriveau
Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 72, 101221, 2021
182021
Embedding scientific explanations into storybooks impacts children’s scientific discourse and learning
KA Leech, AS Haber, Y Jalkh, KH Corriveau
Frontiers in Psychology 11, 531912, 2020
182020
Sum thing to talk about: Caregiver-preschooler math talk in low-income families from the United States
E Daubert, GB Ramani, ML Rowe, SH Eason, K Leech
Bordón: Revista de pedagogía 70 (3), 115-130, 2018
182018
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