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Slide 1 Infant and Child Development Chapter 10 Tuesday October 23nd, 2007
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Slide 2 Announcements ‘Sense of self’ worksheet due before class Next assignment: Exam #2 in 2 weeks
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Slide 3 10—Language Development Early Language Development Language Subsystems Advanced Language Development Biological and Environmental Influences Language and Cognition I want cookies!
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Slide 4 What Is Language? Defining Language Language A form of communication, whether spoken, written, or signed, that is based on a system of symbols . Infinite Generativity The ability to produce an endless number of meaningful sentences using a finite set of words and rules.
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Slide 5 Prelinguistic Developments Birth : Preference for language over other kinds of sounds ; can differentiate basic phonemes characteristic of the world’s languages 2½ months : Social smiling ; cooing babbling around 6 months
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Slide 6 3+ months : The child and caretaker share emotions each focusing on the  emotional expressions   of the other. The  still-face paradigm  shows infants as  young as 2.5 months are socially  engaged  and become upset when expectations are  violated during social interaction – Infant demo  Prelinguistic Developments
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Slide 7 Prelinguistic Developments 9 months : Referential gestures appear such as showing and pointing at objects 12 months : Will regularly use sign language to indicate wants and needs (and sometimes feelings !)
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Slide 8 How Language Develops First Words 8 to 12 months : Infants indicate their first understanding of words (receptive vocabulary) 10 to 15 months : Infants utter their first word At 18-months : speak about 50 words 2 years : speak about 200 words By the age of 6 : children have between 8,000 and 14,000 words in their vocabulary
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Slide 9 Individual Differences in Vocabulary Development
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Slide 10 Holophrases Single -word utterances of babies that some believe stand for entire phrases or sentences “Up” or “Bottle” Nonverbal gestures included single word + gesture and facial expressions = whole sentence
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Slide 11 Learning Language: 2-3 Years • By 24 months, the end of  infancy, children typically  are using multiword   sentences. • By age 3, children’s 
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course PSYCH 331 taught by Professor Carpenter during the Spring '07 term at Rutgers.

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