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Lecture 11

NEUR 2P37 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Frequency, Child Development Stages, PhonemePremium

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Department
Neuroscience
Course Code
NEUR 2P37
Professor
nickslothouber
Lecture
11

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NEUR2P37
Brain and Behaviour II
Friday, February 17th, 2017
Lecture #11
Language and Lateralization 4
Development of Language
Learning Language from Experience
Language is instinctively learned by babies
Children learn language by statistical learning, or observing the patterns in what they
hear
The slower articulation of Parentese makes it easier for a baby to analyze language
By nine months of age, babies prefer the sounds of their own language
Babies lose the ability to hear sounds that are not part of their native language by about
one year
a. A reordig of the spoke phrase We owe you.
b. The sae phrase spoke w/ lear pauses etwee the words: We, Owe, You.
*Note in (A) that there are no pauses in the recording, although we hear them between the
words.
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