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A Japanese American infant in a child care center does not learn the names of objects as quickly as peers. Which of the following could be an explanation for this phenomenon?

▸ This is a language style which reflects confusion in second language learning, due to the complex, noun-heavy nature of Japanese.

▸ This is a language delay, due to second language acquisition, which may be remediated through an object-labeling strategy.

▸ This is a language style which reflects omoiyari, a traditional Japanese concept of harmony.

▸ This is a referential language style which is encouraged through parent-child interactions within Japanese American families.
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Early Childhood Development: A Multicultural Perspective


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