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Language input is necessary for language learning, yet little is known about whether, in natural environments, the speech style and social context of language input to children impacts language development. In the present study we investigated the relationship between language input and language development, examining both the style of parental speech, comparing 'parentese' speech to standard speech, and the social context in which speech is directed to children, comparing one-on-one (1:1) todoi:10.1111/desc.12172 pmid:24702819 pmcid:PMC4188803 fatcat:sqi4wjv3gje7pnjohvhhxgvuai