Class Notes for Psychology 2134A/B at Western University (UWO)

WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseFall

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Fricative Consonant, Affricate Consonant, Epiglottis

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16 Oct 2011
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Cognitive science the study of the mind: we have not just a brain, but also mental states that are superimposed on that brain, we reason our way throug
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Waggle Dance, Ethology, Alarm Call

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19 Sep 2016
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Just like human adults, adult bonobos have difficult learning a new language. Not all scientists think kanzi has learnt the language because even thoug
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BOlessia JouravlevSummer

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Animal Language, Language Development, Cognitive Development

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4 Oct 2014
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Where did language come from: there is no way of providing a credible theory on the invention of language. Language involved from earlier prehistoric l
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: American Sign Language, French Sign Language, Sign Language

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23 Nov 2016
6
The sign language of nicaragua began as a pidgin by the children. Over 20 years, (cid:498)generations of school children(cid:499) developed the full la
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BOlessia JouravlevSummer

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Fox Proteins, Safran, Syntactic Bootstrapping

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4 Oct 2014
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Vegetative sounds( 0-6 weeks) cooing (6 weeks, approving sounds) laughter (16 weeks) Methods of studying linguistic development in children: sucking ha
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BOlessia JouravlevSummer

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Noam Chomsky, Pragmatics, B. F. Skinner

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4 Oct 2014
46
Language sets us apart from animals; even animals that seem to be able to produce human language still don"t have the same language system as humans: w
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSummer

Unit 12: Language and the Brain

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16 Jan 2012
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In this lecture we will examine how language can be mapped to specific areas of the brain. Of particular interest are findings that specific aspects of
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BTerry BiggsWinter

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture 1: Psych of Language Textbook Notes

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20 Apr 2016
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BTerry BiggsWinter

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: 18 Months, Language Development, Sign Language

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15 Jan 2016
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Chapter 1 animal communication and human language. Ethologist scientist who studies animal behaviour: focuses on four f"s: food, foe, friend, and findi
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSummer

Unit 11: Language Acquisition Under Special Circumstances

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16 Jan 2012
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture 9: Lecture 9

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17 Nov 2016
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Metalinguistic Awareness, Heritage Language, Mutual Intelligibility

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23 Nov 2016
5
Monolingual: able to speak only one language. Bilingual: able to speak two or more languages. Balanced bilingual: a person who grows up speaking two la
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