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Key words for attachment and language

shared by Bryanne Wilson
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I put this together for my ACCESS to HE psychology module. It contains easy to understand key words for attachment and leanguage and is easily adapted. Enjoy!

Re-Conceptualizing ADHD (PowerPoint, 353 kb) - Dr. Rosemary Tannock presentation

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Re-Conceptualizing ADHD (PowerPoint, 353 kb) - Dr. Rosemary Tannock presentation Studies on; Language, cognitive & academic problems associated with ADHD as well as behavioural symptoms Studies and findings regarding Cognitive processes of; Attention, Working memory, Communicating, Learning, Maths, Reading and writing.

Cognitive psychology - language development

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A look at how language develops. Explores the idea of critical periods, LAD & cultural differences. Why can't the Japanese distinguish between the R & L sounds?

Chomsky powerpoint

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Looks at Chomsky's ideas & language development in general. Has some interesting examples of syntax.

Ape language research booklet

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OCR AS - Language acquisition in chimps:  A booklet template for students to complete with their research findings on a range of primate language acquisition studies.

Savage-Rumbaugh's Kanzi study

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OCR AS: A powerpoint presentation outlining main features of the Kanzi study.

AS OCR Savage-Rumbaugh Core Study

shared by Clare Rawdin
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My slides for this core study, taking students through the background, the core study itself and its evaluation.

Carmichael, Hogan and Walter (1932)

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An experimental study of the effect of language on the reproduction of visually perceived form. From www.uniview.co.uk

Language - makaton

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Really nice fun activity to do with the students to introduce research into language, combining symbols to convey meaning etc and just so happens to link quite nicely with the Save-Rumbaugh study on primates!

Horizon: Do You See What I See? (4/4)

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Language & colour

Horizon: Do You See What I See? (3/4)

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Horizon reveals a surprising truth about how we all see the world. You may think a rose is red, the sky is blue and the grass is green, but it now seems that the colours you see may not always be the same as the colours I see. Your age, sex and even mood can affect how you experience colours. Scientists have unlocked the hidden power that colours can have over your life - how red can make you a winner, how blue makes time speed up, and more.

Horizon: Do You See What I See? (2/4)

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"Horizon reveals a surprising truth about how we all see the world. You may think a rose is red, the sky is blue and the grass is green, but it now seems that the colours you see may not always be the same as the colours I see. Your age, sex and even mood can affect how you experience colours. Scientists have unlocked the hidden power that colours can have over your life - how red can make you a winner, how blue makes time speed up, and more."  

Horizon: Do You See What I See? (2/4)

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"Horizon reveals a surprising truth about how we all see the world. You may think a rose is red, the sky is blue and the grass is green, but it now seems that the colours you see may not always be the same as the colours I see. Your age, sex and even mood can affect how you experience colours. Scientists have unlocked the hidden power that colours can have over your life - how red can make you a winner, how blue makes time speed up, and more."  

Horizon: Do You See What I See? (1/4)

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"Horizon reveals a surprising truth about how we all see the world. You may think a rose is red, the sky is blue and the grass is green, but it now seems that the colours you see may not always be the same as the colours I see. Your age, sex and even mood can affect how you experience colours. Scientists have unlocked the hidden power that colours can have over your life - how red can make you a winner, how blue makes time speed up, and more." http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b013c8tb

Washoe uses novel syntax

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useful for WJEC PY2 core study: Gardner and Gardner

Animal Language

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Debbie & Roger Fouts have been teaching Chimpanzees American Sign Language. 

Gerald the Gorilla

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chimp language fun - Not the Nine O'Clock News Gerald the Gorilla clip

chatting with chimps

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Journalist chats with Kanzi and Sue

What makes us human

shared by Louise Ellerby-Jones
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What makes us human – animal language shows Nim in first two minutes, then Lana, then Kanzi cooking onions with Sue S-R,  showing how blind tests were done – over phone, with Sue having a welder’s mask on. Discussion suggests that this is far short of what children do. By 5 minutes the focus is on human language instinct and brain – looks at Broca – at 8 minutes looks at a family with a genetic speech disorder looking at a gene for language

Conscious of the Present; Conscious of the Past: Language (cont.); Vision and Memory

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This lecture finishes the discussion of language by briefly reviewing two additional topics: communication systems in non-human primates and other animals, and the relationship between language and thought. The majority of this lecture is then spent on introducing students to major theories and discoveries in the fields of perception, attention and memory. Topics include why we see certain visual illusions, why we don't always see everything we think we see, and the relationship between

How Do We Communicate?: Language in the Brain, Mouth and the Hands

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One of the most uniquely human abilities is the capacity for creating and understanding language. This lecture introduces students to the major topics within the study of language: phonology, morphology, syntax and recursion. This lecture also describes theories of language acquisition, arguments for the specialization of language, and the commonalities observed in different languages across cultures.

Animal language?

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An amazing parrot! Clearly not language, but a nice introduction to get students discussing what is/is not language and how animals might learn.

Broca's Aphasia Patient

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This man has Broca's aphasia and his speech (for the most part) is limited to a combination of the word "tono" and various voice inflections.. He is briefly able to use other words when he is asked to count to 20 towards the end of the video Language disorder

The human animal - the language of the body

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Body language

Susan Savage-Rumbaugh: Apes that write, start fires and play Pac-Man

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Savage-Rumbaugh asks whether uniquely human traits, and other animals' behaviors, are hardwired by species. Then she rolls a video that makes you think: maybe not. The bonobo apes she works with understand spoken English. One follows her instructions to take a cigarette lighter from her pocket and use it to start a fire. Bonobos are shown making tools, drawing symbols to communicate, and playing Pac-Man -- all tasks learned just by watching. Maybe it's not always biology that causes a species