Doll has red hair and sleeps in my room Winonas behavior is best explained by

Doll has red hair and sleeps in my room winonas

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returns crying and says, “That’s not doll. Doll has red hair and sleeps in my room.” Winona's behavior is best explained by ____________________. 24. Ed knows what a horse is but has never seen nor heard of a camel. When Ed sees his first camel, he says “horsey.” Ed’s reaction is best explained by the process of ____________________. 25. A child whose vocabulary is dominated by names of objects, actions, or persons is said to have a(n) ________________ style. 26. Rather than saying the kitten fell in the bathtub, young Morris says, “Kitty wet,” which leaves Morris’s mother to wonder about the nature of the liquid on or coming out of the cat. This linguistic limitation is known as ___________________. 27. A grammatical morpheme is a word or word ending that makes a sentence grammatically ____________________. 28. Applying rules to a word that is actually an exception to the rule constitutes ____________________. 29. When discussing the acquisition of grammar, which type of theorist would be most likely to say, “Context and genetics are overrated, what really matters is imitation and reinforcement?” ____________________
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