Psycholinguistic, Gabriel Corrine H / 191214069 - Coggle Diagram
The rule-governed nature of child language
Possesses a grammar with rules of its own
Mans, foots, gooses
, produce frequently
The system will be simpler than that of an adult
Formulate a new rule overnight
Different children use different strategies for acquiring speech.
Inborn and natural
Learned and unnatural
Human infants pay attention to language from birth
Produce recognizable words
Around 18 months
Putting words together
Children begin to speak
If they hear language going on around them
Learning the meaning of words
Think words can refer to separate things
Discover that words have meanings
often passes unnoticed.
, which attracts much more attention.
The content-process controversy
Similarity in the speech development of English-speaking children.
Blueprint for language
Universal framework imprinted on their brains
Processing linguistic data by puzzle-solving ability
Observation of spontaneous utterances
Deviate from the norm in some way are the most informative.
Child’s mistake such as foots instead of ‘feet’ than we can from a perfect flow of speech.
Different factors which have to be taken into account when utterances are analysed.
The number of variable factors can be controlled.
The results can be accurately measured.
Slips of the tongue
Gabriel Corrine H / 191214069