Limited vocabulary at age 5 raises risk of low literacy

02/9/2010 | Reuters

British researchers who studied more than 11,000 adults from childhood found those who had limited vocabulary at age 5 were almost seven times more likely to have poor literacy later in life. The study in Pediatrics showed one factor in the outcome was whether parents read to their children regularly.

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