Modules_Ch24_Web Quiz 1

Modules_Ch24_Web Quiz 1 - establishing the settings of a...

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MyersExp7 Modules_Ch24_Web Quiz 1 1. Vocal sounds that are not included in one's native language first begin to disappear from usage during the ________ stage of language development. a. one-word b. two-word c. telegraphic d. babbling 2. It is difficult to explain language acquisition solely in terms of imitation and reinforcement because children: a. acquire language even in the absence of social interaction. b. resent being corrected for grammatical mistakes. c. generate all sorts of sentences they have never heard before. d. employ telegraphic speech patterns before their second birthday. 3. Exposure to language during a critical period is conducive for effectively
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Unformatted text preview: establishing the settings of a child's: a. babbling. b. linguistic determinism. c. telegraphic speech. d. language acquisition device. 4. During a lecture, your professor says, "A child learns language as he interacts with caregivers." This generic use of the pronoun he is more likely to trigger images of males than of females. This best illustrates the impact of: a. language on thinking. b. nature on nurture. c. telegraphic speech on universal grammar. d. imagery on rehearsal. 5. Beatrice and Allen Gardner taught the chimpanzee Washoe to communicate by means of: a. pictures. b. Morse code. c. sign language. d. English letters....
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course PSY 100 taught by Professor Farthing during the Winter '08 term at University of Maine Orono .

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