Meredith L. Rowe
Meredith L. Rowe
Professor of Education, Harvard University Graduate School of Education
Verified email at gse.harvard.edu
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Maternal correlates of growth in toddler vocabulary production in low‐income families
BA Pan, ML Rowe, JD Singer, CE Snow
Child development 76 (4), 763-782, 2005
7672005
Child-directed speech: Relation to socioeconomic status, knowledge of child development and child vocabulary skill
ML Rowe
Journal of child language, 2008
6942008
A longitudinal investigation of the role of quantity and quality of child‐directed speech in vocabulary development
ML Rowe
Child development 83 (5), 1762-1774, 2012
6822012
Differences in early gesture explain SES disparities in child vocabulary size at school entry
ML Rowe, S Goldin-Meadow
Science 323 (5916), 951-953, 2009
4372009
Early gesture selectively predicts later language learning
ML Rowe, S Goldin‐Meadow
Developmental science 12 (1), 182-187, 2009
3952009
What counts in the development of young children's number knowledge?
SC Levine, LW Suriyakham, ML Rowe, J Huttenlocher, EA Gunderson
Developmental psychology 46 (5), 1309, 2010
3492010
Learning words by hand: Gesture's role in predicting vocabulary development
ML Rowe, Ş zalışkan, S Goldin-Meadow
First language 28 (2), 182-199, 2008
3022008
The pace of vocabulary growth helps predict later vocabulary skill
ML Rowe, SW Raudenbush, S Goldin‐Meadow
Child development 83 (2), 508-525, 2012
2412012
Beyond the 30-million-word gap: Children’s conversational exposure is associated with language-related brain function
RR Romeo, JA Leonard, ST Robinson, MR West, AP Mackey, ML Rowe, ...
Psychological science 29 (5), 700-710, 2018
2282018
A comparison of fathers’ and mothers’ talk to toddlers in low‐income families
ML Rowe, D Coker, BA Pan
Social development 13 (2), 278-291, 2004
2132004
Predictors of variation in maternal talk to children: A longitudinal study of low-income families
ML Rowe, BA Pan, C Ayoub
Parenting: Science and Practice 5 (3), 259-283, 2005
2042005
Measuring productive vocabulary of toddlers in low-income families: Concurrent and predictive validity of three sources of data
BA Pan, ML Rowe, E Spier, C Tamis-Lemonda
J. Child Lang., 2004
1842004
Literacy and mothering: How women's schooling changes the lives of the world's children
RA LeVine, S LeVine, B Schnell-Anzola, ML Rowe, E Dexter
Oxford University Press, 2011
1492011
Maternal literacy and health behavior: a Nepalese case study
RA LeVine, SE LeVine, ML Rowe, B Schnell-Anzola
Social science & medicine 58 (4), 863-877, 2004
1272004
Math talk during informal learning activities in Head Start families
GB Ramani, ML Rowe, SH Eason, KA Leech
Cognitive Development 35, 15-33, 2015
1192015
Going Beyond Input Quantity: Wh‐Questions Matter for Toddlers' Language and Cognitive Development
ML Rowe, KA Leech, N Cabrera
Cognitive science 41, 162-179, 2017
1082017
Input and uptake at 7 months predicts toddler vocabulary: The role of child-directed speech and infant processing skills in language development
RS Newman, ML Rowe, NB Ratner
Journal of child language 43 (5), 1158-1173, 2016
962016
Language matters: Denying the existence of the 30‐million‐word gap has serious consequences
RM Golinkoff, E Hoff, ML Rowe, CS Tamis‐LeMonda, K Hirsh‐Pasek
Child development 90 (3), 985-992, 2019
892019
Vocabulary, syntax, and narrative development in typically developing children and children with early unilateral brain injury: Early parental talk about the “there-and-then…
E Demir, ML Rowe, G Heller, S Goldin-Meadow, SC Levine
Developmental Psychology 51 (2), 161, 2015
792015
Low-income minority mothers’ and fathers’ reading and children's interest: Longitudinal contributions to children's receptive vocabulary skills
JL Malin, NJ Cabrera, ML Rowe
Early Childhood Research Quarterly 29 (4), 425-432, 2014
742014
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