Chapter: 3 Starting on Language: Perception

Chapter: 3 Starting on Language: Perception
Book Name: First Language Acquisition
Writer: Eve V. Clark
Saeed Mojarradi PhD Candidate 

On the whole we can see that adults make adjustments full different aged addresses in order to make the message comprehend by them, and they have the ability to break the stream of speech into meaningful chunks for analysis.

In many cultures when adults make differences between how they speak according to the age of the addresses, infant, young children, older children, adults, etc.
The exaggeration of affect, the higher pitch, range and the steep rise and fall in intonation are used while talking to an infant than to others. The shorter / chunks of speech stream, they also use recurring words and preset new info either in the beginning or final position of the utterance.

Infants appear to be particularly attentive to speech in a relatively high pitch range and to the effective shading of such a speech. Indeed, some researchers have suggested that affect any speed play a critical role in a loving in France to attach affected meaning to vocalizations from a very early point in their exposure to language.

Tackling the speech Stream: Extracting forms

When children listen to adults they face to three kinds of problems:1- segmentation problem: how to go about identifying units when there is no reason to break them up. 2- invariance: since the spoken language isn’t invariance one can use a same word with large acrostic difference-in-difference situation 3- the language problem: in France have to work out which sound or sounds patterns are systematic in this language.

S Mojarradi
S Mojarradi
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