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The Resource Foundations of language development : a multidisciplinary approach, Volume 1, edited by Eric H. Lenneberg, Elizabeth Lenneberg

Foundations of language development : a multidisciplinary approach, Volume 1, edited by Eric H. Lenneberg, Elizabeth Lenneberg

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Foundations of language development : a multidisciplinary approach, Volume 1
Title
Foundations of language development
Title remainder
a multidisciplinary approach
Title number
Volume 1
Statement of responsibility
edited by Eric H. Lenneberg, Elizabeth Lenneberg
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Foundations of Language Development
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Cataloging source
EBLCP
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401/.9
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index present
LC call number
P118
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1968
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  • Lenneberg, Eric H
  • Lenneberg, Elizabeth
  • Symposium on Brain Research and Human Behavior
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  • Language acquisition
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Language disorders
  • Writing
  • LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES
  • Language acquisition
  • Language disorders
  • Psycholinguistics
  • Writing
Label
Foundations of language development : a multidisciplinary approach, Volume 1, edited by Eric H. Lenneberg, Elizabeth Lenneberg
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Publication
Note
  • Result of the 1968 Symposium on Brain Research and Human Behaviour, held in Paris
  • Development of Phonemicization and Symbolization
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unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
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rdacarrier
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multicolored
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text
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  • txt
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Contents
  • Front Cover; Foundations of Language Development: A Multidisciplinary Approach; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of Contributors; Foreword; Preface; Contents of Volume 2; Part 1: Preliminaries; Chapter 1. Language; Communication in Animals and in Man; Hypotheses as to the Origins of Language; The History of Ideas Underlying Thinking and Speech; Language as a Function of the Brain; Linguistics and Semiology; The Inadequacy of Verbal Symbols as Tools of Thought; The Future of Language; References; Chapter 2. The Concept of Language Differentiation; The Nature of Language
  • Relations and ComputationsContinuities as Proper Psychological and Physiological Correlates; Linguistic Categories Are Relationships; They Are Definable Only Contextually; Semantic and Syntactic Properties Have a Common Origin in Ontogeny; Differentiation in the Growth of Vocabulary; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3. Some Problems in Linguistic Theory; References; Chapter 4. The Heuristic Principle in the Perception, Emergence, and Assimilation of Speech; Psycholinguistic Rules and Plans; Alternative Approaches; References; Part II: Natural History
  • Chapter 5. A Zoologist's View of Some Language Phenomena with Particular Emphasis on Vocal Learning Introduction; The Comparative Analysis of Vocal Communication; The Role of Learning in Vocal Ontogeny; Predispositions Brought to the Task of Vocal Learning; The Origins of Vocal Learning; Why Did Not Other Primates Leam to Speak?; The Neural Substrate of Vocal Behavior; Summary; References; Chapter 6. Brain Development in Relation to Language; Shortcomings of Linguistic Analysis; From Neurogenotype to Neurophenotype; Functional Regulation in the Developing Cerebral Cortex
  • Synaptic Stability and LabilitySynaptic Disconnection, Reconnection, and Malconnection; Conclusion; References; Chapter 7. Myelogenetic Correlates of the Development of Speech and Language; Introduction; Myelogenesis of the Visual and Acoustic Pathways; Myelogenetic Correlates of the Development of Speech and Language; Acknowledgements; References; Chapter 8. The Ontogeny of Cerebral Dominance in Man; Introduction; The Development of Handedness; The Lateralization of Speech; Specific Educational Backwardness; Conclusions; References; Part III: Ontogeny
  • Chapter 9. Theories of Phonological DevelopmentIntroduction; Requirements for a Theory of Phonological Development; Behaviorist Theories; Structuralist Theories; Natural Phonology Theory; Prosodie Theory; Conclusions; Bibliography; Chapter 10. Phonemicization and Symbolization in Language Development; Introduction; Crying; Development of Phonatory-Articulatory-Auditory Mechanisms During the Period of Babbling as One Kind of Circular Reaction; Reorganization of Babbling Phonatory-Articulatory-Auditory Mechanisms and Their Application to Language
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9781483267883
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Label
Foundations of language development : a multidisciplinary approach, Volume 1, edited by Eric H. Lenneberg, Elizabeth Lenneberg
Publication
Note
  • Result of the 1968 Symposium on Brain Research and Human Behaviour, held in Paris
  • Development of Phonemicization and Symbolization
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Foundations of Language Development: A Multidisciplinary Approach; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of Contributors; Foreword; Preface; Contents of Volume 2; Part 1: Preliminaries; Chapter 1. Language; Communication in Animals and in Man; Hypotheses as to the Origins of Language; The History of Ideas Underlying Thinking and Speech; Language as a Function of the Brain; Linguistics and Semiology; The Inadequacy of Verbal Symbols as Tools of Thought; The Future of Language; References; Chapter 2. The Concept of Language Differentiation; The Nature of Language
  • Relations and ComputationsContinuities as Proper Psychological and Physiological Correlates; Linguistic Categories Are Relationships; They Are Definable Only Contextually; Semantic and Syntactic Properties Have a Common Origin in Ontogeny; Differentiation in the Growth of Vocabulary; Conclusion; References; Chapter 3. Some Problems in Linguistic Theory; References; Chapter 4. The Heuristic Principle in the Perception, Emergence, and Assimilation of Speech; Psycholinguistic Rules and Plans; Alternative Approaches; References; Part II: Natural History
  • Chapter 5. A Zoologist's View of Some Language Phenomena with Particular Emphasis on Vocal Learning Introduction; The Comparative Analysis of Vocal Communication; The Role of Learning in Vocal Ontogeny; Predispositions Brought to the Task of Vocal Learning; The Origins of Vocal Learning; Why Did Not Other Primates Leam to Speak?; The Neural Substrate of Vocal Behavior; Summary; References; Chapter 6. Brain Development in Relation to Language; Shortcomings of Linguistic Analysis; From Neurogenotype to Neurophenotype; Functional Regulation in the Developing Cerebral Cortex
  • Synaptic Stability and LabilitySynaptic Disconnection, Reconnection, and Malconnection; Conclusion; References; Chapter 7. Myelogenetic Correlates of the Development of Speech and Language; Introduction; Myelogenesis of the Visual and Acoustic Pathways; Myelogenetic Correlates of the Development of Speech and Language; Acknowledgements; References; Chapter 8. The Ontogeny of Cerebral Dominance in Man; Introduction; The Development of Handedness; The Lateralization of Speech; Specific Educational Backwardness; Conclusions; References; Part III: Ontogeny
  • Chapter 9. Theories of Phonological DevelopmentIntroduction; Requirements for a Theory of Phonological Development; Behaviorist Theories; Structuralist Theories; Natural Phonology Theory; Prosodie Theory; Conclusions; Bibliography; Chapter 10. Phonemicization and Symbolization in Language Development; Introduction; Crying; Development of Phonatory-Articulatory-Auditory Mechanisms During the Period of Babbling as One Kind of Circular Reaction; Reorganization of Babbling Phonatory-Articulatory-Auditory Mechanisms and Their Application to Language
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898103073
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unknown
Extent
1 online resource (373 pages)
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unknown
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online
Isbn
9781483267883
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unknown
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computer
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rdamedia
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  • c
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not applicable
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unknown
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unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)898103073

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