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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Angular Gyrus, Arcuate Fasciculus, White Matter

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Ling 1p93 chapter 7 notes: adult language disorders and cognitive- Aphasia: language disorder that is acquired sometime after an individual has develop
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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Cleft Lip And Cleft Palate, Phonological Awareness, Effusion

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Phonological disorder: an impairment of an individuals phonological system that results in a significant problem with speech sound production that diff
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Second Language, Pragmatics

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Theory: a set of statements about natural phenomena that explains why these phenomena occur the way they do. First, theories account for or explain obs
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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Dysgraphia, Auditory Processing Disorder, Speech Perception

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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Heredity, Encephalitis, Phonological Awareness

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Disorder is present if a childs language skills in form, content or use is not consistent with what is typically seen in children with a familiar age,
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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Chapter 14: chap 14

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Suprasegmentals: linguistically important phenomena; length, stress, pitch, intonation. Syllable ( ): phonological unit of organisation containing one
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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Chapter 10: LING 1P93 Chapter 10 Notes

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Speech that is disfluent is disrupted in rate, rhythm, smoothness, effort, or. Fluency disorders are known as stuttering: the stops, starts, and hesita
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BROCK ULING 2P50Ron ThomsonFall

LING 2P50 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6, 8: Vowel Shift, African American Vernacular English, South African Americans

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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Chapter 14: LING 1P93 Chapter 14

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Ling 1p93 chapter 14: hearing loss in adults. Hearing loss: a change for the worse in either auditory structure or auditory function that differs from
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BROCK ULING 2P53Ron ThomsonWinter

LING 2P53 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Complementary Distribution, Close Vowel, Underlying Representation

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Deals with physical principles underlying the production of sounds, namely. Phonology is an abstract cognitive system dealing with rules in a mental gr
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Multilingualism, Reductionism, Legitimate Peripheral Participation

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Sla theorists need a comprehensive theory of identity that integrates the individual language learner and the larger social world. Highlights the multi
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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Tympanometry, Speech Perception, Audiology

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Hearing loss: condition in which a child or adolescent is unable to detect or distinguish the range of sounds normally available to the human ear. Cong
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