Human Development And Performance Throughout the Lifespan 2nd Edition By Cronin – Test Bank

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Chapter 5

Life Span Communication

EXAM

  1. The parameter of language development that includes social rules like turn-taking between speakers and providing the speaker with feedback is called:
  2. Semantics
  3. Nonverbal
  4. Pragmatics
  5. Expressive
  6. Morphology in language research is the study of:
  7. Spelling, and the physical form of words
  8. Word structure including alterations in word structure to change word meaning
  9. The direct and implied meaning of language
  10. Nonverbal language
  11. Typically, the earliest people outside of a family are able to understand most of what a child says, and the child understands and answers simple who, what, and where questions is which age:
  12. 3 years
  13. 4 years
  14. 5 years
  15. 6 years
  16. The earliest developmental stage in communication described in the lecture is:
  17. Intentional behavior, when caregivers interpret an individual’s needs and desires from behaviors such as body movements, facial expressions, vocalizations, and eye gaze
  18. Conventional presymbolic behaviors like pointing, nodding, or shaking the head, waving, hugging, and looking from a person to a desired object
  19. Concrete symbolic communication in which children use concrete symbols in conjunction with gestures and words
  20. Intrauterine communication through the mother’s unintentional sharing of sounds during pregnancy
  21. Which of the following statements is correct?
  22. Communication is a complex and dynamic system of symbols that can be used in spoken and written form.
  23. Speech is a broad term that encompasses all forms of communication.
  24. Language is a symbolic communication system that is learned rather than biologically inherited.
  25. Semantics include the cultural rules associated talking and interpersonal exchange.
  26. At about 31 to 34 months of age, children add detail to their language that allows them to use correct word order and sentence structure. This is called:
  27. Development of syntax
  28. Sentence embedding
  29. Pragmatics
  30. Language acquisition device
  31. Identify the correct sequence of language learning:
  32. Receptive language develops first and is followed by expressive language.
  33. Expressive language develops first and is followed by receptive language.
  34. Receptive and expressive language develop simultaneously.
  35. There is no correct sequence. The sequence varies based on cultural influences.
  36. The important “first word” is typically uttered at about:
  37. 1 year of age
  38. 6 months of age
  39. 18 months of age
  40. None of the above
  41. All of the following are true of the prelinguistic period of language development EXCEPT:
  42. It includes the period from birth to approximately 12 months of age.
  43. It is characterized by children’s exploration of the environment with their caregivers.
  44. In this period, children do not develop receptive language skills.
  45. Communication in this period is made up of unintentional and intentional nonspeech communication.
  46. A difficulty with producing the sounds of oral speech is:
  47. Aphasia
  48. Apraxia
  49. Dysarthria
  50. Mutism

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