This book considers the role language plays in psychological development. In treating this subject, I have tried to avoid general discussions of “language and thought,” an approach already sufficiently developed by philosophers and ...
Author: Pierre Oléron
Originally published in 1977, this book considers the role language plays in psychological development. It tries to avoid general discussions of "language and thought", an approach already sufficiently developed by philosophers and (although somewhat less) by psychologists. Instead it attempts to focus specifically upon what we can learn about the topic from available research findings at the time. Theoretical considerations are developed only when necessary to clarify an issue or to facilitate the integration of presented material. The aim of the work is simple – to share with the reader the author’s thoughts and understanding of available knowledge of the role of language in mental development.
Author: Alessandro AntoniettiPublish On: 2006-02-23
This volume examines the linguistic variables within developmental contexts, including: Different levels of analysis. Intercultural differences (e.g., Western, non-Western). Intracultural differences (e.g., socioeconomic status).
Author: Alessandro Antonietti
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Provides new empirical study data that explores the influence of linguistic variables within developmental contexts on theory of mind development and functioning Establishes context for usage, including personal, social, and business interactions Offers a comprehensive overview on the most current studies that address the relationship between language and theory of mind
influences on cognitive development , compared three - year - old Puerto Rican children from different social classes . ... The majority of the researchers on language development , however , try to incorporate both ideas .
It is interesting to note that I did not find higher correlations of motor as opposed to mental development with language comprehension as frequently. Language comprehension may be more related to specific environmental experiences, ...
Author: M. H. Bornstein
Publisher: Psychology Press
Filling a gap in current literature on human development, this volume explores the influence of psychophysiological, behavioral, and social factors on stability and continuity in the development of the mind during human infancy. The book reviews existing literature, presents new data, and discusses issues of substance in mental development, methodology, and interpretation. Commentaries by recognized experts interpret the research results from the previous chapters.
Mother and infant talk about mental states relate to desire language and emotion understanding . Child Development , 77 ( 2 ) , 465-481 . Tomasselo , M. ( 1999 ) . The cultural origins of human cognition .
Author: Nandita Babu
Publisher: Concept Publishing Company
Study conducted at rural and semi-urban areas around Cuttack and Khurda districts of Orissa, India.
Bever, T. G. The cognitive basis for linguistic structures. In Cognition and Language Development, New York: Wiley, 1970. Bever, T. G. The comprehension and memory of sentences with temporal relations in the child and adult.
Author: Thomas G. Bever
Science depends on noticing that things which seem identical are different, and conversely. In psychology, one cannot assume that apparently identical behaviours are due to identical mechanisms. The work reported in this book involves the problem of classifying the true nature of behaviour as it appears during child development. Originally published in 1982, the papers in this volume attempt to interpret, explain, or explain away developmental regressions in a variety of different areas. In spring 1975, a group of scholars interested in such problems met for several days to discuss their individual findings and the underlying theoretical issues. This volume reflects both the discussions at the original conference and succeeding years of thinking, reading and writing.
This book covers a range of exceptional circumstances and is written in a jargon-free style, including a glossary of linguistic and medical terminology.
Author: Dorothy Bishop
Publisher: Psychology Press
This book covers a range of exceptional circumstances and is written in a jargon-free style, including a glossary of linguistic and medical terminology. This text is suitable for both students and practitioners in the fields of psycholinguistics,
Throughout the text there is a strong integration of world languages and bilingualism; the biological basis of language (including cognitive neuroscience and the socio-cultural influences on language); language development across cultures; ...
Author: Shelia M. Kennison
Publisher: SAGE Publications
There are between 4,000 and 6,000 languages remaining in the world and the characteristics of these languages vary widely. How could an infant born today master any language in the world, regardless of the language’s characteristics? Shelia M. Kennison answers this question through a comprehensive introduction to language development, taking a unique perspective that spans the period before birth through old age. Introduction to Language Development offers in-depth discussions on key topics, including: the biological basis of language, perceptual development, grammatical development, development of lexical knowledge, social aspects of language, bilingualism, the effect of language on thought, cognitive processing in language production and comprehension, language-related delays and disorders, and language late in life.