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Psychology
Course Code
PSY315H5
Professor
Craig Chambers

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PSY 315Language Acquisition Jan 1713 Lecture 2 Identifying words in speech The segmentation problem speech with deliberate and unnatural pauses we do not make sound gaps between the wordsHow do children do itone idea prosodic bootstrapping hypothesisthere is something else in the speech stream that will help you to zoom in on what the right values areprosody rhythm intonation stressinfantdirected speechMotherese slow deliberate articulation short simple utterances repetitions exaggerated pitch changes the idea that this type of speech will help children understand what you are trying to communicate to them betterThe Argument is 1 This styke of speech may not be found in all cultures no distinctive speech style infantyoung children not addressed whatsoever
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