COMD 2050 EXAM 1
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According to Darwin, early humans developed what to charm each other?
How long ago do anthropologists, linguists, language researchers speculate that some form of spoken language developed?
50,000-100,000 years ago
What theory states that if human infants grew up with no language, they'd spontaneously begin to use god-given language?
Who do Hindus believe was granted language?
According to Psammetichus' experiment, what did the 2 year old utter?
Who said that kids spontaneously spoke Hebrew, so it must be the original language of the Garden of Eden?
King James IV of Scotland
What is the theory that primitive words are imitations of natural sounds?
natural sounds source
What are words that sounds similar to the noises they describe?
Why is the natural sound source theory problematic?
these words are rare, can't explain abstracts words or concepts
Why are natural cries of emotion problematic?
spoken language is produced on exhalation
What theory suggests that human language was developed in some kind of social context?
the social interaction source
Why is this problematic?
apes have grunts, but no capacity for speech
What theory examines biological basis of the formation and development human language?
physical adaptation source
What type of facial features with closely interlocking layers of muscles that increase flexibility and ROM of oral structures?
What is a very important facial feature for speech?
As humans develop, we lose space where but increase size of what?
oral cavity, brain
What is the voice box?
What is the longer cavity above the larynx that acts as a resonator in speech production?
What is the difference between human and primate larynx?
humans have a lower larynx,w which creates a longer pharynx. greater chance of choking
What theory says that as human encountered physical changes, new abilities developed with existing features?
What is the specialized function in each of the 2 hemispheres?
What theory states that human offspring are born with a special capacity for language, due to a "crucial mutation"?
What are intentionally used to provide information?
what are behaviors that provide information unintentionally?
We must use what to study human vs. animal language?
What is it called we humans use language to think and talk about anguage itself?
What is it when we can refer to past and future events?
What is it when there is no natural connection between a linguistic form and its meaning?
What is the capacity to constantly create novel utterances?
What are signals, in the animal world, fixed as relating to a particular object/occasion?
What is it when language is passed on from one generation to the next?
What is it when human language has 2 simultaneous levels of sounds production and meaning?
Does communication always include language?
What was the chimp who was raised with Kellogg and their baby together?
did gua understand language?
did gua produce speech?
Who raised vicki as their own child?
catherine and keith hayes
could vicki say words?
why can nonhuman primates produce human sounds?
don't have the physical structure
Who was taught ASL by Gardner?
After age 3.5, how many words could Wahsue sign?
Did Washue understand more words than she could produce?
How many word phrases could she produce?
Could she have basic question and see convokes?
What chimp used a set of plastic shapes representing words to create sentences?
What were Sarah's signals?
What was sarah awarded with?
Who created artificial language?
What was this language called?
Out of Matata and Kanzi, who did better?
by age 8, how old was kanzi on human years?
How was jim raised?
Human language is constantly what?
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