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& Although it is well documented that children undergo a productive vocabulary spurt late in the second year, it is unclear whether this development is accompanied by equally significant advances in receptive word processing. In the present study, we tested an electrophysiological procedure for assessing receptive word learning in young children, and the impact of productive vocabulary size for performance in this task. We found that 20-month-olds with high productive vocabularies displayed andoi:10.1162/jocn.2008.20087 pmid:18284350 fatcat:oaztuhjmkzgc3j2bc7udk5kawm