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Past Exam for SPHP 112 - INTRO EVAL OF LANG DEVEL with Roseberry-Mckibbin at Cal State-Sacramento (CSUS)

Exam Information

Material Type:Exam 1
Professor:Roseberry-Mckibbin
Class:SPHP 112 - INTRO EVAL OF LANG DEVEL
Subject:Speech Pathology and Audiology
University:California State University - Sacramento
Term:--
Keywords:
  • Perlocutionary
  • Reduplicated Babbling
  • Joint Attention
  • Longitudinal Research
  • Differentiate
  • Cross-Sectional Research
  • Traditional
  • Research Design
  • (to/for) Him/it
  • Longitudinal
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 STUDY GUIDE: TEST 1  SPHP 112: CHILD LANGUAGE Celeste Roseberry-McKibbin, Ph.D. 1. The father of a 1-month old baby is a personal friend of yours. He is a concerned and good father, but has told you that "while they're babies, all they need is loving care--they don't need for anyone to talk to them too much." What will you tell your friend in terms of a) milestones in the baby's first year of life, and characteristics of "motherese" or "baby talk" that would be best for him, his wife, and other caregivers to use with the baby? 2. Later, when the baby is 7 mos. old, your friend asks you what the baby should be doing. Define reduplicated babbling, variegated babbling, and describe what the baby should be doing if he is developing normally. 3. When the baby is 9 mos. old, your friend wants more information about the baby's communication skills. What will you tell your friend about the perlocutionary and illocutionary stages of development? How will you define for h...

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