Erika Hoff

Affiliations: 
Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL, United States 
Area:
developmental psychology
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Hoff E, Core C. (2015) What Clinicians Need to Know about Bilingual Development. Seminars in Speech and Language. 36: 89-99
PLACE S, HOFF E. (2015) Effects and noneffects of input in bilingual environments on dual language skills in 2 ½-year-olds* Bilingualism
Hammer CS, Hoff E, Uchikoshi Y, et al. (2014) The Language and Literacy Development of Young Dual Language Learners: A Critical Review. Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 29: 715-733
Ribot KM, Hoff E. (2014) "¿Cómo estas?" "I'm good." Conversational code-switching is related to profiles of expressive and receptive proficiency in Spanish-English bilingual toddlers. International Journal of Behavioral Development. 38: 333-341
Bridges K, Hoff E. (2014) Older Sibling Influences on the Language Environment and Language Development of Toddlers in Bilingual Homes. Applied Psycholinguistics. 35: 225-241
Hoff E, Rumiche R, Burridge A, et al. (2014) Expressive Vocabulary Development in Children from Bilingual and Monolingual Homes: A Longitudinal Study from Two to Four Years. Early Childhood Research Quarterly. 29: 433-444
Hoff E. (2014) Introduction to the special section: Language development in multilingual environments International Journal of Behavioral Development. 38: 307-308
Hoff E, Core C. (2013) Input and language development in bilingually developing children. Seminars in Speech and Language. 34: 215-26
Core C, Hoff E, Rumiche R, et al. (2013) Total and conceptual vocabulary in Spanish-English bilinguals from 22 to 30 months: implications for assessment. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 56: 1637-49
Hoff E. (2013) Interpreting the early language trajectories of children from low-SES and language minority homes: implications for closing achievement gaps. Developmental Psychology. 49: 4-14
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