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  • Pre-verbal stage
    • Child language acquisition stages
      • Holophrastic
        • relating to the stage of child language development characterized by the use of single-word utterances.
          • Aitchison
          • Rescorla
            • Analogical overextension
            • Catergorical
            • Mismatch overextension
          • Nelson
      • Two word
      • Telegraphic
        • Questions
        • Negatives
        • Pronouns
        • Untitled
      • Post Telegraphic
    • The way an infant communicates before they have developed speech:
      • Melher
        • Children are aware of language in the womb. French babies recognise their mothers tongue.
      • De Casper & Spencer
        • Babies sucked harder on there dummies when their mother read them a story that had also been read when the baby was still in utero
      • Pettito & Holowka
        • Babies babble  with the right hand side of the brain.
          • The ability to learn is suggested to be innate
    • Babbling
  • Babies babble  with the right hand side of the brain.
    • The ability to learn is suggested to be innate
  • De Casper & Spencer
    • Babies sucked harder on there dummies when their mother read them a story that had also been read when the baby was still in utero

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