Reference and situational freedom animal

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Unformatted text preview: nd usually small set signals. Reference and situational freedom: Animal communication often reflects internal states. Other signals are referential, i.e.they are reliably given in the presence of an object and not under other conditions (bees chickens, monkeys). Humans can discuss events or items that have occurred in the past or may occur in the future. This is called situational freedom or displacement. Intentionality: Humans generally use language with the intent of informing (e.g. clarification), by suiting our communication to the audience and modifying it based on whether or not it is having its intended effects. There is no solid evidence that other animals do this. 1.[b]-big 2.[C]-chip 3.[d]-door 4.[D]-then 5.[f]-fish 6.[g]-goat 7.[h]-house 8.[j]-jack 9.[k]-cat, kit 10.[l]-lamp 11.[m]-map 12.[n]-near 13.[N]-sing 14.[p]-pear 15.[r]-road 16.[s]-state 17.[S]-sheep 17.[t]-truck 18.[v]-vent 19.[w]-wet 20.[y]-yet 21.[z]-zoo 22.[Z]...
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This note was uploaded on 03/24/2012 for the course PSYC 103 taught by Professor Pearlberg during the Spring '07 term at UCSD.

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