Question 5 of 20 50 Points The critical time to diagnose and treat hearing

Question 5 of 20 50 points the critical time to

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Question 5 of 205.0 PointsThe critical time to diagnose and treat hearing impairment so that the child’s speech develops normally is at:A. one month of age.B. six months of age.C. eight months of age.D. eleven months of age.Question 6 of 205.0 PointsNew technology used to study infant’s brain function and developing language ability suggests that:A. infants are smarter and display more emotions than previously believed.B. the ability of many American infants has declined.C. much of what was suspected about language growth has been confirmed.D. fine distinctions between speech sounds are rarely recognized by babies during the first months of life.Question 7 of 205.0 PointsAn infant’s early ability to recognize subtle differences among sounds in all world languages:
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A. disappears with age.B. confirms most theories of child language development.C. increases with age.D. remains constant if good child care is provided.Question 8 of 205.0 PointsEvery time an infant communicates successfully by using a nonverbal baby sign, it is believed that this:A. makes subsequent efforts easier.B. weakens brain connections.C. impedes his efforts to speak.
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