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Medico-Biological Factors of Speech and Language Development in Young Children (Part 1) 1309
Chernov D.N., PhD in Psychology, associate professor of the chair of general psychology and pedagogy, Russian national research medical university named after N.I. Pirogov, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
The article analyzed the main results of medico-biological directions in the study of the factors of children's speech and language. It shows that a variety of pre-, peri-and neonatal developmental factors (teratogenic effects, prematurity, low birth weight, maternal diseases during pregnancy, and chronic diseases of the child) had a negative impact on the child-parent relationship that has a lasting influence on child speech and language development.
Keywords: child-parent interactions, medico-biological factors of development, speech, language
Column: Clinical psychology
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