Prelingusitic Language

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Prelingusitic Language
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2012-12-27 16:18:35
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Prelingusitic Language
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  1. Phonation Stage (Birth - 1 month)
    Speech like sound are rate and most vocalizations are reflexive (burping, crying)
  2. Cooing or Gooing Stage (2-4 months)
    Most productions are acoustically similiar to /u/
  3. Expansion Stage (4-6 months)
    • Infant is "playing" with speech mechanism, exploring his/her capabilities through growls, squeals, yells, raspberries
    • Some C-V combinations may be produced
  4. Canonical or Reduplicated Babbling Stage (6-8 months)
    Infant is producing strings of CV syllables, although infant does not have sound meaning correspondence

    By 8 months, hearing impaied children fall behind their peers in development
  5. Variegated or Nonreduplicated Babbling Stage (8 months-1 year)
    Infant continues to use adult-like syllables in CV sequences
  6. Transition from prelingusitic to linguistic stage...
    Begins around 1 year of age

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