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The wug test creator
jean berko
1 of 17
Suggested behaviourism
b.f. skinner
2 of 17
Suggested the two wordstage and theory of regression
roger brown
3 of 17
The grammar king who put forward the stages of negative s
david crystal
4 of 17
suggested the 3 stages to question formation
bellugi and mcneill
5 of 17
The theorists who suggested that a three day old baby can identify their own mother's voice.
de casper and fifer
6 of 17
The theorist who suggested that a baby can distinguish between utterances in their mothers language and thoses in another language
mehler et al
7 of 17
the theorist who said children learned through the input of their carers, correcting and supporting their language development
Jerome Bruner
8 of 17
Nativist that suggested that children are born with a language acquisition device. They have an innate ability to acquire language
Noam Chomsky
9 of 17
The theorist who suggested the critical period
Eric Lenneberg
10 of 17
The theorist who suggested the cognitive theory
Jean Piaget
11 of 17
The theorist that found that children overextend the physical qualities of others and features such as shape,sound,taste,movement,size,textures
Eve Clark
12 of 17
The theorist that divided overextension into three categories
Leslie Rescorla
13 of 17
The theorist that identified the packing and network building around labelling
Jean Aitchison
14 of 17
Categorised children's first words into four groups
Katherine Nelson
15 of 17
Put child language into 7 function groups
Michael Halliday
16 of 17
Suggests that children use pivots when they are playing
Vygotsky
17 of 17

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