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Korean Journal of Child Studies 2012;33(3): 199-213.
doi: https://doi.org/10.5723/KJCS.2012.33.3.199
가정문해활동, 어머니의 언어적 행동 및 영아-어머니 간 공동주의와 영아의 언어,인지 발달간의 관계
김명순 , 한찬희 , 유지영
The Home Literacy Activities, Mothers` Verbal Behavior,and Toddler-mother Joint Attention: The Relationship to the Language-cognitive Development of Toddlers
Myoung Soon Kim , Chan Hee Han , Jee Young You
This study was conducted in order to identify the relationship between the home literacy activities, mothers` verbal behavior, toddler-mother joint attention and the language-cognitive development of toddlers. The language-cognitive development of toddlers was assessed by means of the Mental Scale from the Korean Bayley Scale of Infant Development Ⅱ (K-BSID-Ⅱ). The home literacy activities were measured by means of the questionnaire used by You (2009), which was partly modified from Shapiro (1979). Lee & Kim (2004)`s categories was used to observe the mothers` verbal behaviors during shared book reading; joint attention episodes were observed by classification categories for engagement condition (Bakeman & Adamson, 1984). One of the more important conclusions of this study is our suggestion that mothers` verbal behaviors and the toddler-mother coordinated joint attention were significantly related to the language-cognitive development of toddlers as it takes place within low-income families.
Key Words: the home Literacy activity, mother`s verbal behavior, toddler-mother joint attention, the Language-cognitive development of toddlers, Low-income families
주요어: 가정문해환경, 어머니의 언어적 행동, 영아-어머니 간 공동주의, 영아의 언어, 인지 발달, 저소득 가정
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