UK study: Repetitive reading helps toddlers learn new words

03/6/2013 | New Zealand Herald, The · Daily News (New York)

Three-year-olds who were read the same story several times in a week remembered more new words than those who heard three different stories, a study from the University of Sussex showed. The learning ability of children improves when information is repeated, an expert said.

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