Parental Behaviors that Support Language

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Can you name the Parental Behaviors that Support Language?

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As babies make sounds, parents encourage those that make resemble words by smiles, hugs and speech. This is an example of what kind of conditioning?Child Development Book
True or False B.F Skinner thought adults do not influence children's language by interacting with them.Child Development Book
True or False the nativist perspective views deliberate training by parents as unnecessary for language development.Child Development Book
Adults in many other countries speak to infants and toddlers in what kind of speech?Child Development Book
Who proposed the navist perspective?Child Development Book
True or False Parents combine naming an object while showing it, while showing emotion in speaking tone and facial expression. Which makes it easier for babies to understand the laChild Development Book
Around what age do children begin to point towards objects in hopes the caregiver will respond?Child Development Book
Define protoimperative.Child Development Book
True or False When adults don't lable toddler's reaching or pointing gestures, toddlers learn language quickly which leads to desired results.Child Development Book
______ are at the cutting edge of early language development?Child Development Book
True or False caregivers who respond compasionately and involve children in dialouge-like conversations sometimes enourage early language progress.Child Development Book
Adult communication durring the ___ year is not necessary. Durring the ___ year communication is greatly encouraged in the transition to languageChild Development Book

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