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Effects of syntactic and semantic variables on verbal reception learning in children.

Richard Riding

Effects of syntactic and semantic variables on verbal reception learning in children.

by Richard Riding

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Psychology.

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Effects of syntactic and semantic variables on verbal reception learning in children by Richard Riding Download PDF EPUB FB2

Syntactic awareness has been linked to word reading and reading comprehension. The predictive power of two syntactic awareness tasks (grammatical correction, word-order correction) for both Author: Kate Cain. The verbal environment influences language learning. From ages one to three, children from highly verbal “professional” families heard nearly three times as many words per week as children from low verbal “welfare” families.

Longitudinal data show that aspects of this early parental language predict language scores at age nine. Beyond their immature speech reception skills, children are more affected by the attention demands of the task (Wightman et al, ) and are less skilled at taking advantage of linguistic context.

The present study aimed to investigate the effects of type of noise, age, and gender on children’s speech intelligibility (SI) and sentence comprehension (SC).

The experiment was conducted with children between 11 and 13 years old in ecologically-valid conditions (collective presentation in real, reverberating classrooms).

Two standardized tests were used to assess SI and by: 1. The effects of noise and gender on children’s episodic and semantic memory. Scand. Psychol. 45 – /jx [Google Scholar] Bottalico P., Astolfi A.

Investigations into vocal doses and parameters pertaining to Cited by: 1. Learning disabilities are believed to be closely related to a past history of developmental language disorders.

Learning disabilities are concerned with abnormal development of verbal and/or written expression and reception. Therefore, the early detection of these disabilities prevents later educational and social consequences.

To evaluate verbal STM, participants completed the Recall of Digits subtest from the DAS, which is also a promising measure for clinical trials but needs to be further evaluated in individuals with DS [8,75].

The List Learning Test of the NEPSY (A Developmental Neuropsychological Assessment) was used to assess verbal learning and by: 1. Semantic Scholar is a free, nonprofit, academic search engine from AI2.

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Fifty-nine 3-year-olds were tested 3 times over a period of 7 months in order to assess the contribution of theory of mind to language development and of language to theory-of-mind development (including the independent contributions of syntax and semantics).

Language competence was assessed with a standardized measure of reception and production of syntax and semantics (the Test of Early Cited by: This book explores the syntactic and semantic properties of movement and adjunction in natural language.

A precise formulation of minimalist syntax is proposed, guided by an independently motivated hypothesis about the composition of neo-Davidsonian logical forms, in which there is no atomic movement operation and no atomic adjunction operation.

My intent in the conference presentation is to explore a framework for discussing language communication which isolates some of the relevant person variables (e.g. gender, ethnicity, ESL/non-ESL, motivation) and some of the relevant situational variables (e.g.

explicitness of learning environment, teacher behaviour, minority/majority ratio). "Book read me." "Me TV see." The utterances above, spoken by a 3-year-old monolingual English-speaking child, indicate that the child most likely has a problem with which of the following.

ic redundancy tic relationships logical relationships tics. Syntax. Syntax refers to the rules and principles that govern the structure and word order of sentences in language. Syntactic development progresses through several stages beginning at the one-word and progressing to the point where children can form more complex sentences, such as those with embedded clauses, passivation, and wh- questions.

to learning disabilities and/or developmental language disorders. Learning disabilities are believed to be closely related to a past history of developmental language disorders.

Learning disabilities are concerned with abnormal development of verbal and/or written expression and reception. Therefore, the early detection of these disabilities.

The present article aims to show that the elicitation of intuitive literary-aesthetic sentence judgments taps into readers’ poetry-specific linguistic register, and how such judgment methods can be used to support and constrain future theory formation in experimental by: 1.

To account for these patterns, I offder the semantic scaffolding hypothesis, which comprises two major proposals: (a) children assume a canonical alignment of thematic and grammatical roles, resulting in agent-subjects and patient-objects, and (b) children assume a.

Although whole brain analyses of task effects suggested task-dependent subregions of this ATL ROI, direct contrasts between the syntactic and semantic tasks within the ROI showed 1) that most of the voxels in both the left and right hemisphere ROIs responded equivalently to the 2 task conditions, and 2) that a subset of voxels in the left ROI Cited by: The effects of learning to spell on children's awareness of morphology: Reading and Writing Vol 19(7) OctNunnery, J.

A., Ross, S. M., & McDonald, A. A randomized experimental evaluation of the impact of accelerated reader/reading renaissance implementation on reading achievement in grades 3 to 6: Journal of Education for.

In the last part of the talk, I demonstrate that it is possible to derive the distinct verbal vs. non-verbal predication strategies from a basic organizing principle of the syntax of Uzbek, namely the availability of syntactic head raising for verbal, but not non-verbal, predicates.

Language acquisition is the process by which humans acquire the capacity to perceive and comprehend language (in other words, gain the ability to be aware of language and to understand it), as well as to produce and use words and sentences to communicate. Language acquisition involves structures, rules and representation.

The capacity to successfully use language requires one to acquire a. Children's peer relations represent a key aspect of school adjustment. However, little is known about their social-cognitive precursors.

To address this gap, the authors followed 70 children across the transition to primary school. At Time 1 (age 5), Time 2 (age 6), and Time 3 (age 7), children were assessed on their theory of mind, prosocial behavior, and verbal by: We investigate paradigmatic representations of word context in the domain of unsupervised syntactic category acquisition.

Paradigmatic representations of word context are based onCited by: Cambridge Core - Semantics and Pragmatics - Neurolinguistics - by John C. L. Ingram Skip to main content Accessibility help We use cookies to distinguish you from other users and to provide you with a better experience on our : John C.

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