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Western Sydney University

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This dataset contains child scores on the Short Form of the Australian English Communicative Development Inventory (OZI-SF). The dataset comprises the norming sample for this child assessment tool as at April, 2020, and contains parent report data for 230 children in de-identified form.

The data were collected online from families living mainly in the greater Sydney area (142 participants), as well as non-Sydney areas of Australia (57 participants) or no location available (31 participants).

Created: 12 10 2020

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