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The interaction between parents and child early on can be influenced by a number of factors. One factor could be


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Question 17.
Turn taking is important for the development of conversational skills. Which of the following activities facilitate turn taking in babies?


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Question 18.
Playing games such as 'peek-a-boo' or 'I'm gonna get you' help children with language learning by providing


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In the first phase of joint reference, the caregiver and child


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When a child engages in a 'protoconversation' he


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When a child is in the locutionary stage of communication intent, he/she is


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One important game that caregivers play is 'copy cat' whereby caregivers imitate their baby's behavior which in turn gives rise to opportunities for later imitation by the baby.


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Theory of Mind is an understanding that other people have a given mental state and behaviors arise based on that mental state. As a child shares more and more social interaction patterns with caregivers, he/she comes to realize that others have a need for and appreciation of intentional social communication.

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When the child is at the perlocutionary stage of communication intent, caregivers rarely assume the child is attempting to communicate with them.


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