Chapter 9 Guided Notes

Chapter 9 Guided Notes - Psychology 340 WI09 Chapter 9...

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Psychology 340 WI09 Chapter 9 Guided Notes 1. Language Communication of thoughts and feelings through a shared system of arbitrary signals, such as voice sounds, gestures, or written symbols 2. Fundamentals of Language a. Phonology b. Morphology c. Syntax d. Semantics e. Pragmatics f. Prosody 3. Infant Language Development a. Comprehension i. Infants <1 yr. are sensitive to sounds of language 1
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Psychology 340 WI09 Chapter 9 Guided Notes 1. Can distinguish all phonemes a. Kuhl’s phoneme distinction studies 2. Can segment fluent speech into words a. Aslin’s word segmentation studies 3. Can recognize prosody of speech 4. Universal language learners ii. After about 10 months, start to tune into their “mother tongue” iii. Start to associate sounds with objects/people b. Production i. Prelingual sounds 1. Crying 2. Cooing 3. Babbling 2
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Psychology 340 WI09 Chapter 9 Guided Notes c. Comprehension leads production i. Joint attention 4. Beginning to Produce Language
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2009 for the course PSYCH 340 taught by Professor Vonspeigal during the Spring '08 term at Ohio State.

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Chapter 9 Guided Notes - Psychology 340 WI09 Chapter 9...

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