prelingual


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prelingual

(priːˈlɪŋɡwəl)
adj
(Linguistics) occurring before the development of language or speech
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In the middle of the chapter, Klein discusses the similarities shared between Julia Kristeva's concept of "chora," a prelingual phase prior to the mirror stage, and Vladimir Jankelevitch's "ineffable" philosophy of music (pp.
The individuals who were affected had sensoryneural hearing loss that was congenital or had prelingual onset, and the severity ranged between mild to profound hearing loss.
Evaluating phonological processing skills in children with prelingual deafness who use cochlear implants.
13) In a series by de Vries et al, no CMV DNA was found in 21 adult cochlear implant recipients with prelingual deafness.
In a study on 60 prelingual deaf patients with additional disabilities such as mild mental retardation, moderate mental retardation, learning disability, hyperactivity, cerebral palsy, autism, and congenital blindness, all the children with the exception of those with autism and congenital deafness/blindness improved in speech perception.
Resolving the genetic heterogeneity of prelingual hearing loss within one family: Performance comparison and application of two targeted next generation sequencing approaches.
Josh Tenenbaum (MIT) advocated for extracting commonsense knowledge not first from language, but from physical objects and intentional agents, as prelingual infants do.
Bilateral (both ears are impaired), severe/profound (speech sounds do not fall within the individual's hearing range), sensory neural (the impairment is located in the inner ear, specifically in the cochlea) or prelingual (congenital or occurring in the first years of life) hearing loss greatly hinders auditory integration and the acquisition of spoken language (Ramirez, 2007).
1), (3) Paranoia may be increased in patients who are postlingually deaf, but has not been associated with prelingual deafness.