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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersFall

PSY 315.docx

OC1386043 Page
12 Dec 2013
59
We do not make sound gaps between the words. One idea: prosodic bootstrapping hypothesis there is something else in the speech stream that will help yo
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Specific Language Impairment, Nicaraguan Sign Language, Language Disorder

OC66123 Page
14 Apr 2014
45
Non-proficient users: haven"t mastered the language. Input that"s going into young children"s ear is input from non-proficient speakers: not the normal
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Speech Recognition, Eye Tracking, Voice-Onset Time

OC66128 Page
14 Apr 2014
26
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cluster Reduction, Mutual Exclusivity, Jack Kornfield

OC1130455 Page
20 Feb 2017
0
These processes are universal to a certain degree (not tightly linked to phonological inventory of language) Relationship between emergence of particul
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Speech Community, Linguistic System, Joint Attention

OC13822112 Page
13 Mar 2016
21
Words have two parts : meaning, sound pattern. Default assumptions are thought to be built-in constraints meaning that children are pre- disposition to
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Tabula Rasa, Natural Experiment, Sign Language

OC66124 Page
7 Mar 2014
44
Development of communicative competence no readings from science. Linguistic competence + communicative competence linguistic competence: being able to
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Syntactic Bootstrapping, Bootstrapping (Linguistics), Universal Grammar

OC66123 Page
7 Mar 2014
45
Adjectives come before nouns or after nouns ex. Empiricist view: idea is children"s general cognitive abilities equip them with mechanisms that allow t
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UTMPSY315H5Craig Chambers

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Language Acquisition, North American English, Empiricism

OC66122 Page
14 Jan 2014
36
Most basic level, what it means to know a language having some inventory of speech sounds. English, we share a lot know a set of rules for combining th
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Linguistic Relativity, Railways Act 1921, Grammatical Gender

OC2629257 Page
28 Mar 2016
21
Psy315 lecture 9: linguistic influences on language development. Ex. properties of phonological system lexical development. Salience of nouns vs. verbs
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Categorical Perception, University Of Manchester, Eye Tracking

OC1130455 Page
14 Feb 2014
31
Lecture 2 contrastive: capable of conveying contrast relative to other sounds contrast: create a difference in meaning if you substitute that sound for
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cookie Monster, English Plurals, Morpheme

OC2629258 Page
1 Mar 2016
18
Morpheme: the smallest unit of language that has meaning; includes function words such as to, the, many and prefixes (-un, -re) and suffixes (-s, -ing,
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersSpring

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cluster Reduction

OC2707122 Page
15 Apr 2014
33
Whether or not children"s initial acquisition of sound. How fine grained are children representation of sound. Children"s knowledge of the sound patter
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