330 3.3 Ch 4 & 5

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330 3.3 Ch 4 & 5
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Joint Reference Phase
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Joint Reference Phase
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  1. joint reference phase I
    • takes up the 1st 6 months
    • looks at things with caregiver
    • face to face mutual gaze
    • follow lines of regard
    • caregiver brings objects into visual field
  2. joint reference phase II
    • interest in objects thus less face to face
    • by 8 months infant will look at caregiver while reaching for something
    • reach for real v. reach for signal
  3. reach for real
    to obtain an object - heralds an activity period of interaction
  4. reach for signal
    morphs into a pointing gesture which is separate from intent to obtain
  5. Joint Reference Phase III
    • the pointing gesture becomes separate from intent to obtain something
    • point and vocalize in order to comment, etc
  6. Joint Reference Phase IV
    • can name and set topics
    • thus caregiver uses more labels
  7. Joint Action
    • shared activities in which child can begin to crack the linguistic code
    • modes of expression from baby
    • all this facilitates turn taking
  8. early crying
    demand mode
  9. anticipatory request mode
    when baby realizes mom will respond to crying
  10. dialogues
    early dialogues of game like peekaboo
  11. exchange mode
    partners exchange roles
  12. reciprocal mode
    both participating in a task type of thing - object play
  13. joint action via game play
    • games ritualized exchanges
    • caregiver provides consistent repetitive behaviors
    • adjusts behavior to fit childs and maintain attention
  14. routines
    • provide scripts to life
    • scripts become 'slots' for infant behavior to anticipate and aid them with meaningful interpretation
    • this gives rise to language
  15. common situations for routines
    • mother's lap
    • crib
    • infant seat

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