psych11-2 - Chapter 11 Section 2 Chapter 11 Section 2...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 11 Section 2 Chapter 11 Section 2 Guided Reading • 1. Phonemes, morphemes, syntax, and semantics • 2. All 3 words contain one morpheme • 3. Syntax • 4. Your knowledge of semantics • 5. Through operant conditioning • 6. Observation, imitation, and exploration • 7. That children inherit a mental program • 8. 4 months • 9. Control their vocal cords. Make, change, repeat, and imitate the sounds of their parents • 10. Single words to describe familiar objects and people and to express longer thought • 11. Form of speaking in which a child age 2­3 leaves out articles, prepositions, and parts of verbs • 12. Language involves rules of grammar • 13. That a person’s language influences their thoughts. Chapter 11 Section 2 Chapter 11 Section 2 Vocabulary 1. Phoneme 2. Syntax 3. Language 4. Semantics 5. Morpheme 6. Phoneme relates to units of sound while a morpheme relates to units of meaning • 7. Tributary has 4 phonemes, spellbound has 2 morphemes • • • • • • ...
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This note was uploaded on 09/22/2010 for the course SOCIAL STU 101 taught by Professor Mr.king during the Spring '10 term at Franklin.

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