All babies will babble at around 6–9 months of age regardless of native language, hearing, or deafness.
As I'm walking with my toddler son one day we see a beautiful rose, and I bend down to smell it. I notice, though, that there is a bee in the rose so I quickly back away. Before I can stop my son, he has already stuck his nose into the rose and has been stung by the bee. Which of the following best explains the differences in our behaviors?
Because of my life experience, my selective perception of the affordances offered by the combination of the rose and the bee allowed me to know the danger.
An infant's growing awareness of vertical depths and their dangers is mostly due to:
the experience of crawling
The usual order of the development of spoken language is:
reflexes, cooing, babbling, spoken words.
Greti's little girl is deaf and, therefore, we would expect that she would:
babble manually at about the same time normal children babble.