Social Environment and Cognition in Language Development

Studies in honor of Ayhan Aksu-Koç

Editors
| Istanbul Bilgi University
| Koç University
| Georgia State University
| Radboud University and the MPI for Psycholinguistics
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Language development is driven by multiple factors involving both the individual child and the environments that surround the child. The chapters in this volume highlight several such factors as potential contributors to developmental change, including factors that examine the role of immediate social environment (i.e., parent SES, parent and sibling input, peer interaction) and factors that focus on the child’s own cognitive and social development, such as the acquisition of theory of mind, event knowledge, and memory. The discussion of the different factors is presented largely from a crosslinguistic framework, using a multimodal perspective (speech, gesture, sign). The book celebrates the scholarly contributions of Prof. Ayhan Aksu-Koç – a pioneer in the study of crosslinguistic variation in language acquisition, particularly in the domain of evidentiality and theory of mind. This book will serve as an important resource for researchers in the field of developmental psychology, cognitive science, and linguistics across the globe.
[Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 21]  2017.  xii, 242 pp.
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Table of Contents
Introduction
F. Nihan Ketrez, Aylin C. Küntay, Şeyda Özçalışkan and Aslı Özyürek
vii–xii
Section I. Learning environments as contributors to child language acquisition
Chapter 1. Social motivations for linguistic exploration: A diary study
Dan I. Slobin
3–18
Chapter 2. Becoming social and interactive with language
Eve V. Clark
19–34
Chapter 3. Maternal input at 1;6: A comparison of two mothers from different SES backgrounds
Dorit Ravid and Anael Zimmerman
35–52
Chapter 4. Requests in Turkish and German child-directed and child speech: Evidence from different socio-economic backgrounds
Katharina Korecky-Kröll, Kumru Uzunkaya-Sharma and Wolfgang U. Dressler
53–68
Chapter 5. How robust is the effect of parental response to child gesture in facilitating child vocabulary development across different learners?
Şeyda Özçalışkan, Valery Limia and Nevena Dimitrova
69–84
Chapter 6. Preschoolers’ use of questions in their joint decisions with peers
Bahar Köymen and Elena Lieven
85–98
Chapter 7. Sibling influence on morphological development?
F. Nihan Ketrez
99–110
Section II. Changes within the child as contributors to child language acquisition
Chapter 8. Evidentiality, questions and the reflection principle in Tibetan: What do children learn when they learn about evidentiality?
Jill G. de Villiers and Jay L. Garfield
113–132
Chapter 9. The relationship between language, memory and evidentiality
Çağla Aydın
133–150
Chapter 10. Narrativity and mindreading revisited: Children’s understanding of theory of mind in a storybook and in standard false belief tasks
Ageliki Nicolopoulou and Burcu Ünlütabak
151–166
Chapter 11. Nonfactual meanings in early use of evidentials in Turkish child-caregiver interactions
Berna A. Uzundag, Süleyman S. Tasci and Aylin C. Küntay
167–178
Chapter 12. Event perception and language learning: Early interactions between language and thought
Tilbe Goksun, Aslı Aktan-Erciyes, Kathy Hirsh-Pasek and Roberta Michnick Golinkoff
179–198
Chapter 13. Developing construals of a narrative event sequence
Ruth A. Berman
199–222
Chapter 14. A first study on the development of spatial viewpoint in sign language acquisition: The case of Turkish Sign Language
Beyza Sümer, Pamela Perniss and Aslı Özyürek
223–240
Index
241–242
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CFDC – Language acquisition
BISAC Subject: LAN009040 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / Psycholinguistics
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2017014779