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Language perspectives : acquisition, retardation, and intervention. Edited by Richard L. Schiefelbusch and Lyle L. Lloyd. Technical editor: Robert K. Hoyt.

; Lloyd, Lyle L., editor
Baltimore, University Park Press [1974] .
ISBN 0839106874, 9780839106876

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Other Authors Lloyd, Lyle L.,
Schiefelbusch, Richard L.,
Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Child.
Children -- Language -- Congresses.
Children -- Language.
Children with mental disabilities -- Language -- Congresses.
Children with mental disabilities -- Language.
Geistige Behinderung.
Infant.
Intellectual Disability -- Congresses.
Language Development -- Congresses.
Language Disorders -- Congresses.
Niños retrasados mentales -- Lenguaje.
Nonverbal communication -- Congresses.
Nonverbal communication.
Psycholinguistics -- Congresses.
Psycholinguistics.
Speech disorders in children -- Congresses.
Speech disorders in children.
Sprache.
Spracherwerb.
Sprachstörung.
Description xv, 670 pages illustrations 24 cm
Copyright Date [1974]
Notes Based on a conference held at Chula Vista Lodge, Wisconsin Dells, Wis., June 19-23, 1973, sponsored by the Mental Retardation Program of the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development.
Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Infant speech perception : a preliminary model and review of the literature / Philip A. Morse -- Linguistic processing of speech by young infants / Peter D. Eimas -- Discussion summary : infant reception research / Earl C. Butterfield and George F. Cairns -- Some aspects of the conceptual basis for first language acquisition / Eve V. Clark -- Relational concepts underlying language / I.M. Schlesinger -- From signal to sign : a Piagetian view of thought and language during the first two years / Donald M. Morehead and Ann Morehead -- Discussion summary : development of concepts underlying language / Melissa F. Bowerman -- Early development of receptive language : from babbling to words / Paula Menyuk -- Receptive language in the mentally retarded : processes and diagnostic distinctions / Richard F. Cromer -- Discussion summary : development of receptive language / Joseph E. Spradlin -- Talking, understanding, and thinking / Lois Bloom -- The relationship between comprehension and production / David Ingram -- Discussion summary : developmental relationship between receptive and expressive language / Robin S. Chapman -- Teaching visual language to apes and language-deficient persons / David Premack and Ann James Premack -- Nonvocal systems of verbal behavior / Donald F. Moores -- Discussion summary : nonspeech communication / Richard B. Dever -- An early language training strategy / William A. Bricker and Diane D. Bricker -- Infant intervention and language learning / Kathryn Barth Horton -- Discussion summary : early language intervention / Lawrence J. Turton -- An ontogenetic language teaching strategy for retarded children / Jon F. Miller and David E. Yoder -- To teach language to retarded children / Doug Guess, Wayne Sailor, and Donald M. Baer -- Issues in language training / Kenneth F. Ruder and Michael D. Smith -- Discussion summary : language intervention for the mentally retarded / Barbara Bateman -- Behaviorism and cognitive theory in the study of language : a neopsycholinguistics / Arthur W. Staats -- Summary / Richard L. Schiefelbusch.
Genre Conference proceedings.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)960136
(OCoLC)ocm00960136
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