Unformatted text preview: s to attend, the language development of those infants is enhanced” (Mullins and Lefver, 2002). Note the environmental contribution to language development with the parent providing a rich and stimulating learning environment. Recall Vygotsky’s Theory
Vygotsky’s work reveals that a child’s development is a process through which the child interacts with the environment to facilitate learning. Thus interactions promote learning. Caregiver Responsiveness
Caregivers provide the conduit through which a child learns about language and communication. Review the specifics related to caregiver responsiveness in your Pence and Justice text on pages 175 and...
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- Fall '08
- Developmental Psychology