Wasserman Rxn - Reading Reaction #4 Lisa Jones Wasserman's...

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Reading Reaction #4 Lisa Jones Wasserman’s article talks about the development in technology and its correlation with language development in children. He states that the more educated the people who are in contact with children on a daily basis, mainly teachers, the more apt children are to learn more effectively. Wasserman describes recent technological advances, such as the f MRI and EEG, and how those new technological advances have contributed to the every growing field of neuroscience. He did make an exceptional point stating that our focus on the brain is too narrow. While this specific information on parts of the brain is good, we should be looking more at the brain as a whole. Most of his views are comparable to the Nativist Perspective on language development. By stating that there is an optimal timeframe for children to learn language, he mimics the theories of Chomsky and Slobin. He also implied that the environment played a major role in a child’s ability to learn. Educating teachers on brain
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course PSYCH 021 taught by Professor Dr.v during the Fall '08 term at Drake University .

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