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23.Hart and Risley (1995) examined the similarities and differences in the everyday language thatchildren hear as toddlers. They found that overalla.most toddlers hear about the same number of words.b.there were no differences by the gender, socioeconomic status, or educational level of parents.c.children from families with more educated parents hear a great deal more language.
Levine, Child Development 3eChapter 9. Language Developmentd.children from less educated families hear more words, but they are shorter words than children frommore educated families hear.Ans: CLearning Objective: 9.4 How does language develop from before birth through adolescence?Cognitive Domain: ComprehensionAnswer Location: SES and Language DevelopmentDifficulty Level: HardQuestion Type: MC24.Babies who are taught to use sign language
Learning Objective: 9.4 How does language develop from before birth through adolescence?Cognitive Domain: ApplicationAnswer Location: Shared Attention, Gestures, and Sign LanguageDifficulty Level: MediumQuestion Type: MC25.When a child points to an object and an adult names the object for the child
Learning Objective: 9.4 How does language develop from before birth through adolescence?Cognitive Domain: ComprehensionAnswer Location: Shared Attention, Gestures, and Sign LanguageDifficulty Level: MediumQuestion Type: MC

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Professor
Dr.Lillie
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Educational Psychology, Multilingualism

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