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Unformatted text preview: COMD 2050 Exam 3, Spring 2009 Name ID# Write your full name (first, middle initial, and last name) on this test and the scantron. Write and bubble your name, last name first on the scantron and please include your middle initial with your name when you bubble the scantron. Bubble your answers on the scantron with a #2 pencil. Select the best answer for each question, and fill in the corresponding oval on your scantron. Each question is worth 2 points, for a total of 100 points. You must turn in both the scantron and the test. Remember to put your full name on your scantron. Language and the brain 1. A slip-of-the-tongue resulting in a tangled expression such as "tup of kea" is called a: a) lexicon b) synonym c) malapropism (^dj-spoonerism 2. A similar sounding, but incorrect word produced by someone experiencing the tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon is called a: /---) a) lexicon b) synonym /cWialapropism d) spoonerism 3. Most people have a right ear advantage for language because the right hemisphere of the brain is dominant for language. a) true bVralse most likely reason that "Genie" never developed complex syntax was due to aj-minimal exposure to language prior to the "critical period" V ""D.) minimal exposure to print/books prior to the "critical period" c.) she was born without a left cerebral hemisphere d.) she was born without a right cerebral hemisphere 5. The lobe is important for personality, planning, and decision making. a) temporal b) parietal c) frpfital d) occipital 6. is characterized by slow; effortful, telegraphic, non fluent speech and usually only mild problems understanding speech. / a) Broca's aphasia b) Wernicke's aphasia c) Conduction aphasia " * - * a * a * * * ^ _ - - - - "J 7. The lobe is responsible for vision. a) temporal b) parietal c) frontal / (^occipital 8. The ---—^. lobe is important for hearing and the processing of both auditory and visual input. /a) temporal b) parietal c) frontal d) occipital 1-~.-""" 9. is characterized by fluent speech that does not make sense. a) Broca's aphasia b) ,Wernicke's aphasia c) Conduction aphasia First language acquisition 10. When do children typically babble? ^—^ a) 0-3 months b) 3-5 months /c) 6-4 Imonths d) 12-18 months 11. The beginning of the two-word stage seems to coincide with an increase in the size of the child's vocabulary beyond words. a) 10 ( b),50 c) 100 d) 1000 12. When do children typically-enter the 1-word/holophrastic speech stage? a) 6-9 months /b) 1^-18 months c) 18-24 months d) 24-36 months 13. What are the first recognizable sounds typically produced during the cooing stage?...
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This note was uploaded on 03/22/2011 for the course COMD 2000 taught by Professor Mrs. during the Spring '11 term at LSU.
- Spring '11