330 3.3 Ch 4 & 5

The flashcards below were created by user shanamd2010 on FreezingBlue Flashcards.

  1. Joint Reference Phase I
    • Joint attention takes up the first 6 months
    • look at things with caregiver
    • mutual gaze
    • caregiver brings objects into visual field
    • caregiver follows child's line of regard
    • child follows caregivers line of regard
  2. Joint Reference Phase II
    • interest in objects thus less face to face
    • infants look at caregiver while reaching for something 8 months
    • reach for real v. reach for signal
  3. Reach for real
    • to obtain 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 activites in which child can begin to crack the linguistic code
    • modes of expression from baby
    • all this facititates turn taking
  8. modes of expression
    • early crying = demand mode
    • anticipatory mode = knows mom will respond
    • dialogues - early ones like peeaboo
    • exchange mode - partners exchange roles
    • reciprocal mode - both participating in a task type of thing - object play
  9. Joint action via. game playing
    • games ritualized exchanges
    • caregiver provides consistent repetitive behaviors
    • initially adjusts her behavior to fit into child's
    • eventually adjusts her behavior to maintain child's attention
  10. Routines
    • provide scripts to life
    • scripts then become 'slots' for infants to anticipate and aid them in meaningful interpretation
    • this give rise to language
  11. common situations for routines
    • mother's lap
    • crib
    • infant seat
Card Set:
330 3.3 Ch 4 & 5
2012-02-16 15:28:04
Joint Reference

Joint Reference
Show Answers: