csd 315 test 2

Which of the following statements is true of adolescents with language problems?
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What does the term "mixed vernacular" refer to?the result of mixing of two languagesThere are four stages in developing bilingual competence.FalseCulture is a statement about behaviors that are shared by a group of individuals.TrueMost bilingual speakers have differing competence in their two languages.TrueWhat are differences in personal space and eye contact attributed to?implicit cultureBy their first birthday which of the following behaviors discriminate infants with ASD from their typically developing peersAbsence of joint attentionchildren with which severity of hearing loss benefit from amplificationmoderateWhat is "the ability to act as independently and responsibly as other people of the same age and cultural background in everyday life" referring to?Adaptive behavior.T/F The degree of autism is defined by the severity of the child's language impairment.False.T/F Autism is a disorder of the emotional systemFalse.What condition is a common cause of fluctuating hearing loss in children?Otitis media.Which degree of hearing loss is most likely to impact speech and language skills, including vowel production?Severe.What is the most common type of hearing loss resulting from damage to the external ear?conductiveT/F Children with profound or total hearing loss were previously labeled as deaf.True.T/F Two children with the same severity of hearing impairment will have similar or identical language outcomes.False.The prevalence of language impairment in adolescence is approximately 8%.falseAdolescents with language impairments have the difficulty using verb forms that mark tense.trueRetelling a narrative is likely to elicit future and present tense verbs forms rather than past-tense form from language-impaired adolescents.falseChildren with intellectual impairments are excluded from the U.S. federal definition of learning disability.trueNot all children with intellectual disabilities will show difficulties in language tasks.falseSegmental phonology, syntactic comprehension, and lexical comprehension are often unimpaired in children with ASD.trueImpaired prosody is uncommon in children with ASD.false