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Language Development: Learning and Disorders
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Editors: George V. Iwald and Kevin B. Pierce
Book Description:
Language development is a process that starts early in human life, when a person begins to acquire language by learning it as it is spoken and by mimicry. Children's language development moves from simplicity to complexity. Infants start without language. Yet by four months of age, babies can read lips and discriminate speech sounds.

Usually, language starts off as recall of simple words without associated meaning, but as children age, words acquire meaning, and connections between words are formed. In time, sentences start to form as words are joined together to create logical meaning. As a person gets older, new meanings and new associations are created and vocabulary increases as more words are learned.

Infants use their bodies, vocal cries and other preverbal vocalizations to communicate their wants, needs and dispositions. Even though most children begin to vocalize and eventually verbalize at various ages and at different rates, they learn their first language without conscious instruction from parents or caretakers. It is a seemingly effortless task that grows increasingly difficult with age. Of course, before any learning can begin, the child must be biologically and socially mature enough.

This new book presents recent important research in the field from around the world.

Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1 - Efficacy of a Psycholinguistic Treatment of Dyslexia: External and Internal Validity; pp. 1-33
(Jurgen Tijms, IWAL-Institute for Dyslexia, The Netherlands, EPOS, Department of Psychology, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

Chapter 2 - Language Profiles in Young Children with Fragile X Syndrome and Autism Symptoms; pp. 35-55
(Amy Philofsky, Susan L. Hepburn, The University of Colorado at Denver and Health Sciences Center, USA)

Chapter 3 - Language Assessment: A Review of Cross-Cultural Issues, and the Development of an Indigenous Tool for Hong Kong Infants and Toddlers; pp. 57-77
(Susanna Y.L. Shong, Therpy Centre, Hong Kong, Sheung-Tak Cheng, Department of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong)

Chapter 4 - Foreing Language Learning: The Role of Phonological Memory; pp. 79-97
(Marcella Ferrari, Paola Palladino, University of Pavia)

Chapter 5 - Child Maltreatment: Effects on Grammatical and Lexical Aspects of Language Acquisition; pp. 99-117
(Inge-Marie Eigsti, University of Connecticut, USA)

Chapter 6 - Speech and Language Assessment in Bilinguals; pp. 119-132
(Eliane Ramos, Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, Florida International University, Miami, USA)

Chapter 7 - Research-Based Strategies for English Language Learners’ Concept Acquisition; pp. 133-143
(Marjorie C. Ringler, Lynn K. Bradshaw, East Carolina University, North Carolina, USA)

Chapter 8 - Individual Differences in Second Language Learning Among University Students; pp. 145-162
(Georgia Andreou, Filippos Vlachos, Department of Special Education, University of Thessaly, Greece, Eleni Andreou, Department of Primary School Education, University of Thessaly, Greece)

Chapter 9 - Putting Language, Literacy and Learning to Work: Exploring (E)Merging Discourses; pp. 163-178
(Geraldine Castleton, Griffith University, Australia)

Chapter 10 - Relation Between Oral and Written Language; pp. 179-185
(Clara Regina Brandão de Ávila, Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil, Simone Aparecida Capellini, State University of Campinas, College of Medical Sciences, Brazil)

Index pp.187-202

   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2008
   Pages: pp.202
   ISBN: 978-1-60456-339-9
   Status: AV
  
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