IUB SPHS-S 110 - Energy Source of Speech Production (3 pages)

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discusses energy and how the vocal folds, cords, and tracts are all interdependent


Lecture number:
6
Pages:
3
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Indiana University, Bloomington
Course:
Sphs-S 110 - Surv of Communication Disorder
Edition:
1

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SPHS S 110 1nd Edition Lecture 6 Outline of Last Lecture I Joint Reference and Attention A Two or more individuals focus on some external object or event 6 12 months of age magic triangle B Requires ability to orient to social partner coordinate and shift attention between people and object and share and interpret affect or emotional states C Sharing attention from very early age human infants are motivated to share interest and attention II Joint attention and language Critical for learning words Adults provide joint attention cues when speaking Infants make use of clues Infant vocabulary acquisition increases when parents follow infants focus of attention III Rituals of Infancy Daily caregiver routines Feeding bathing and dressing provide opportunities for learning language Quantity and quality of input children receive paves the way for later language development A Games and routines peek a boo ring around the roasy itsby bitsy spider highly structured predictable conventionalized turn taking roles are reversible B Caregiver responsiveness language learning is best when adults build on children s interest IV Child directed speech Help infants master language by talking in distinctive style high pitch Children pay attention to melodic features of speech Words and meanings are irrelevant at this stage Prepares children for taking part in later language development V Characteristics of child directed speech Exaggerated pitch higher than normal Rhythmic melodic sing song Slower longer pauses lengthening of syllables Repetition of words These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute Simplified vocab Short sentences Exaggerated facial gestures Common throughout the world but not universal VI Infant speech perception Babies learn about language long before they utter their first word At birth babies recognize their mother s voice over strange females Recognize own



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