Flashcards in Ch. 1 Vocab Deck (24):
Exchange of information
Speech VS. language
Language is a system if symbols and codes.
Speech is articulated sounds and syllables.
5 components of COMMUNICATION
Voice, articulation, language, fluency, hearing
Study of the production, perception, of speech sounds
Study of speech sounds and patterns used to create words and language.
Smallest meaningful unit of language.
(Prefixes or suffixes that can change the meaning of a word)
Organization of speech sounds
Organization of non-oral signs or symbols
5 components of LANGUAGE
Phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics
Study of word structures.
Arrangement of words to firm meaningful sentences
Study of meaning in language
Rules of language usage in SOCIAL situations
Present at birth, the innate and perfect knowledge of the rules of the universal grammar
The actual and imperfect production of language (producing language)
Pragmatic functions: (3)
Interactional (joint action)
Verbal responses caused by motivation
Verbal responses that describe and comment on things and events
Imitative verbal responses from the speech of another person
Verbal responses stimulated by the speaker's own prior verbal responses
Secondary verbal responses
Disorder of communication caused by some defect in the neurophysiological mechanism of speech (cleft, or hearing loss, born with)