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What child language theorist proposed child directed speech?
Bruner
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Who said that the ability to learn langage is innate (LAD) ?
Chomsky
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What refers to when children swap letters in words with other letters to make them easier to say?
Substitution
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Who proposed the theory of imitation?
Skinner
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Who are the Functional theorists?
Halliday and Dore
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Who proposed the theories of scaffolding and zone of proximinal development?
Vygotsky
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Who proposed that children move through fixed stages of cognitive development?
Piaget
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Name the stages (in order) that come before the holophrastic stage
1) biological noises 2)bcooing and laughing 3) vocal play 4) babbling 5) melodic utterances
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What is meant by the term consonant cluster?
The systematic deletion of certain sounds in order to simplify syllable structure .e.g. try>tal and kite>kal
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What is meant by the term deletion?
The elimination of final consonants .e.g. bus>bu and boot>boo
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What is meant by CVCV structure and why do children do it?
consonant vowel consonant vowel- to make words follow a phonological pattern and to make them easier to say. This could also be a result of CDS from parents
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What is the name of Berko and Brown's study and what did it suggest?
The 'fis' phenomenon. Children notice when adults make errors but do not notice if they themseles make errors
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What is underextension?
When a child uses a word in a restricted way.
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What is it called when a child uses a word to refer to several but related things?
overextension
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