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perception of non-native contrasts
2
effect of the target language
3
assym. in perception and production
4
nature of the cross ling similarities in inventories
5
phonological processes
6
inter-intra
perception of non native contrasts
sounds in the language verse those that are not and how children respond to them
effect of the target language
how the language they are exposed to changes how they speek
assym. in pre/pro
how perception and production differ and why
nature of cross-ling similarities in phonological inventories
how there inventories are created to fit with the target language. Sounds that are kept or created
phonological processes
rules that map out sounds in a target language to sounds that the children can produce. How they change to what they know
inter-intra
inter- between children
intra- within a child
Behaviorist model
immitation reward
perception of non-native contrasts in Beh. Model
function of the auditor system
M
effect of the target language in Beh. Model
parents do not selectively rein. speech non-speech sounds
M
assym. in per/pro in Beh. Model
per takes an adult model so then per and pro should both be a function of that model but pro is not pro does not need model
F
nature of cross-ling inventories
maturation is ignored and if this was true then parents would all have to reignforce the same things this is not possible
F
phonological processes
children have no adult model for this and so it is not immitatable
F
inter
intra
inter- difference due to parentle reignforcement
Intra - not explained
M
Biological model
maturation is the reason for the change in development of language