Why are longitudinal studies used in realtion to language development and intelligence?
A longitudinal study collects data from the same subjects over time. If one is studying language development and intelligence, observation of the same subjects, usually very young children, affords a researcher a way of seeing how language develops and a way of gathering information about intelligence, which may or may not develop over time, something we would all like very much to know. If we...
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