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quiz 2 - a regular onset 100 C language is not suppressible...

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1. Student Response Value Correct Answer A. Synaptogenesis B. Synaptic Pruning C. Myelination 2. Attempts to teach language to chimpanzees have demonstrated that chimpanzees can acquire the syntax of a human language. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. True B. False 100% Score: 2/2 3. It has been observed universally, that children begin to talk about the time they begin to walk. This observation supports which of Lenneberg’s observations about the biological basis of language? Student Response Value Correct Answer A. languages have universal features B. language development has
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Unformatted text preview: a regular onset 100% C. language is not suppressible Score: 2/2 4. Broca’s aphasia usually affects the production of language more than the comprehension of language. Student Response Value Correct Answer Feedback A. True 100% B. False Score: 2/2 5. According to Jackendoff, an individual’s ____________________ is the combination of both innate linguistic knowledge AND the knowledge of the native language the individual has learned. Student Response Value Correct Answer A. Universal Grammar B. Mental grammar 100% C. Prescriptive grammar Score: 2/2...
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