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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Critical Period Hypothesis, American Sign Language, Romanian Orphans

OC66125 Page
14 Apr 2014
37
Critical period hypothesis: notion that a biologically determined period exists during which language acquisition must occur, if it is to occur at all
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UTMPSY315H5Judy PlantingaWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Childes, Bsc Young Boys, Intellectual Disability

OC881637 Page
26 Mar 2015
45
Chapter 1: introduction to the study of language. Language and the scientific study of language development. Being able to distinguish between /vat/ an
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Noun Phrase, Verb Phrase, Bound And Unbound Morphemes

OC661213 Page
14 Apr 2014
50
Children start to combine words: between 18 months and 2 years. Some features of adult"s knowledge of language structure. Productivity or generativity
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Locutionary Act, Illocutionary Act, Communicative Competence

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14 Apr 2014
31
Linguistic competence: ability to produce and understand well-formed, meaningful sentences. Communicative competence: ability to use those sentences ap
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: American Sign Language, Cochlear Implant, Language Acquisition

OC661214 Page
14 Apr 2014
50
Language development in populations of children who are atypical in language development: children who have conditions such as deafness, blindness, int
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UTMPSY315H5Judy PlantingaWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Neuroimaging, Vocal Folds, Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience

OC881636 Page
26 Mar 2015
33
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UTMPSY315H5Cara TsangWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Text Segmentation, Word Processor, Takers

OC36645 Page
28 Apr 2012
32
Mental lexicon: knowledge of words that adults have. It stand for something without being part of that something. The relation between words and what t
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Noam Chomsky, Sociolinguistics, Psycinfo

OC1382213 Page
10 Mar 2016
16
The theoretical perspective that seeks to explain behavior in terms of factors external to the mind. A computer program for the analysis of transcripts
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UTMPSY315H5Angela NyhoutFall

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Coreference, Dependent Clause, Five Ws

OC1904647 Page
13 Dec 2016
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Chapter 6: the development of syntax and morphology: Some features of adults" knowledge of language structure. Word combination starts around 18 months
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UTMPSY315H5Judy PlantingaWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: University Of Manchester, Voice-Onset Time, Joint Attention

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26 Mar 2015
27
Chapter 3: foundations of language development in domain-general skills and. 10 months ability to relate to another person about an object: ex. smiling
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Vocal Tract, Language Bioprogram Theory, Pulse Oximetry

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10 Mar 2016
9
A characteristic that an organism possesses because the forces of natural selection operating during that organism"s evolution made that particular cha
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Syntactic Bootstrapping, Speech Segmentation, Morpheme

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10 Mar 2016
15
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