Catharine H Echols
Research Interests

Acquisition of language, and its interface with cognitive and social development: Children's use of social information—including gaze and other non-verbal cues, past accuracy, similarity, and knowledge of an individual’s motives—to evaluate the words and statements of others. Similarities and differences—across culture, language and socio-economic status—in the availability and use of linguistic and social information in language learning. Bilingual language development.

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