31. When children assume that there one (and only one)

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31. When children assume that there is one (and only one) name for an object, they are engaging in

a. whole object bias.

b. taxonomic constraint.

c. semantic bootstrapping.

d. mutual exclusivity constraint.

32. When Ted says “Mama go car,” it is an example of

a. holophrase.

b. telegraphic speech.

c. babbling.

d. abbreviated language.

33. Piaget describes children's inability to take the role of the person they are speaking to as

a. internal speech.

b. fast mapping.

c. private speech.

d. egocentric speech.

34. When Dan is putting together a puzzle, his father can hear him talking through the process to himself. This is an example of

a. dyslexia.

b. private speech.

c. egocentric speech.

d. word salad.

35. One explanation for the success of dialogic reading is that it is based on the concept of

a. cognitive processing.

b. goal-directed behavior.

c. accelerated learning.

d. the zone of proximal development.



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