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SHS 465 Exam 2 Review (From Crossword)
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This type of child uses a high dominance of general nominals above any other category
By using this type of overextension, a child will refer to water as "tick tock" and a fruit basket as "hat"
PCC and pMLU are both apart of this type of analysis, which has a emphasis on quantification rather than description
Around age 1;0 to 1;6 a child acquires ___________ words
In Brown's 14 grammatical morphemes chart, what morpheme appears in stage 1?
Within a child's first words, this concept is a preference for certain sounds and templates. This is the opposite of avoidance
A phonological process of substituting fricatives and affricatives for easier sounds produced with a complete closure of the vocal tract and then a burst of airflow
This category of words is the most frequent type learned in comprehension
Based on known linguistic/phonological rules of a language, this concept helps decide if a word is probable in that language
This category of words includes examples such as, "Hi, bye-bye, please, yeah, no"
This researcher uses 50-90% criteria to develop their chart of speech sound development norms
In Brown's 14 grammatical morphemes chart, morphemes such as, "does, has, and jumps" appears in which stage?
Expressive children use a dominance of this type of word, but have much more even use of all of their categories
By using this concept, a child would use "fish" reffering to everything in an aquarium: Whales, sharks, eels, fish, and dolphins
Marcus et al (1992) stated that overgeneralization is a ______________ error
In Barko (1958), this cross sectional study focused on the order of eight grammatical morphemes using the word _____________?
In Berko (1958) they determined the order of morhpeme acquisition was plural first, then ___________, then past tense, then 3rd person singular
A phonological process of deleting one phoneme of a consonant combination
After fifty words are acquired, this is the period of rapid acquisition in a child's language when they can learn about six words a day
How often the language uses a phoneme. If it is heard more, children will learn faster. Ex: Greek uses theta more than English does.
By using this concept, a child will ask for "juice", but will only mean apple juice, not orange, grape, or any other juice
This class of morphemes works to modulate the meaning of lexical words. This class is also called grammatical morphemes and includes conjuctions, prepositions, and articles
At. age 1;6 there should be the beginnings of the word __________________
Performed a study of her daughter Joan and found that her primary syllable shapes where CV, VC, CVC, and CVCV
In Brown's 14 grammatical morphemes chart, uncontractible copula appears in what stage?
______________ et al (1990)'s articulation development chart used from 75%-90% criteria to define acquired sounds. This was the only chart who seperated boys from girls
Most phonological processes have disappeared by this age
Language samples and articulation tests are both used to identify ____________ sound errors to describe phonological patterns
An utterance is considered a word when there is ______________ intent
Brown defines a grammatical morpheme acquired when it is used correctly _____% of the time
This type of associations are the most frequent type of overextension
In the Type Assumption of cognitive strategies, words refer to a ____________, not an individual. For example, the Belgian Mallinois is the type of dog, not its name
This type of nominal is the most frequent type in production
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