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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Geovanni Kohler on Wednesday September 9, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSYCH 306 at University of Washington taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see /class/192423/psych-306-university-of-washington in Psychlogy at University of Washington.

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Date Created: 09/09/15
Language Development 1 Theories a Behaviorist language is learned through operant conditioning series of reinforcements b Nativist i Chomsky 1 language acquisition device LAD innate system that contains a set of rules common to all languages c Interactionist inner capacities and environment work together to allow for the development of language 2 Types of language development a Phenology rules that govern structure and sequence of sounds i Phoneme smallest sound unit with meaning 1 cat vs bat cot vs cat ii All ow distinctions between words b Semantics vocabulary c Grammar i Syntax word arrangement 1 SVO English 2 NA Italian 3 AN English ii Morphology grammatical markers 1 lng 2 Ed 3 S iii Pragmatics rules of communication d Comprehension vs Production i Comprehension receptive language what kids understand ii Production expressive language what kids produceuse 3 Language development in infants and toddlers a Newborns i Crying ii Fussing b 2 months i Distinguishable Crying and fussing ii Cooing vowel like sounds c 4 months i Babbling repetition of consonantvowel combinations ii Jointattention child pays attention to the same object or event as a caregiver 1 Giveandtake iii 6 mtonhs 1 a lot of babbling 2 evidence of comprehension iv 812 months 1 Preverbal gestures pointing a Prodeclarative pointing out object b Protoimperative request for action 2 810 months lose ability to distinguish between native and nonnative speech sounds a Categorical speech perception v 12 18 motnhs 1 Production explosion first words 2 Most common In 57 people and common objects Actions byebye more up c States all gone big pretty d Personalsocial yes no ouch please 3 Errors a Underextension i quotdogquot just their dog ii quotcarquot just their car b Overextension i quotdogquot all fourlegged animals ii quotcarquot all moving objects vi 1824 months 1 Start to put words together 200 words in vocabulary a Telegraphic speech 2word utterances that focus on important words


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