a.Know the stages of vocal development including the approximate ages children
are expected to be in each stage
i. Reexive vocalizations: birth - 2 months: Crying and fussing, vowel like
sounds, burping, swallowing, both consonant and vo
e.Know about the different techniques used to test speech perception abilities in
fetuses and infants:
i. fetal heart rate: Monitor changed in heart rate when there are changes in
ii. high-amplitude sucking: Babies given pacifier that generates no
a.When does the rst real rst word typically appear? 10-15 months
b.What is context-bound word use?
c. What is the noun bias? Early vocabulary includes about 40% nouns, Seen in a
variety of languages (e.g., Spanish, Dutch, French, Hebrew,
i. What is fast mapping? Children can learn words with only a few
exposures, Happens without explicit teaching.
j. Know the constraints on word learning including:
i. lexical: Whole object assumption, Mutual-exclusivity assumption. Ex: A pug is a
a.Know the skills a child needs to learn to obtain adult-like competence in
conversations: Taking turns, topic introduction, feedback and conversational
b.Know how narrative development progresses from 2 - 7 years:
2 years: Heap
a. What design features are thought to be unique to human communication?
Mode of communication, semanticity, pragmatic functions, displacement, productivity
What design features are shared with animal communication systems?
Interchangeability, cultural tr
3.Late rst language acquisition
a.What populations have been used to study late rst language acquisition?
Structured communication task- involves testing L2 learners knowledge of a specific second
language structure such as negation wh questions.
4.Second language acquisition
a. Why are second languages more difficult to acquire later in life?
Biological; Cognitive; Affective / emotional; Social / environmental; Input
b. What is error analysis?
An approach that saw errors as indicators of the lear
a.Dene the following terms:
Anomia- A failure to retrieve a name
Circumlocution- The use of unnecessarily wordy and indirect language
Paraphasias- Aphasia in which one loses the power of speaking correctly, substitutes one
word for another, and
6.Developmental language disorders
a. What is the difference between a developmental disorder and an acquired
Developmental disorder- Symptoms are noted in infancy or early childhood and last for the rest
of ones life
Brain dysfunction- A physic
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