Read more » This article explores the significance of babies’ babble, and how these first sounds and utterances lead to more advanced communication, including both receptive and productive language.
It appears that babies’ around the world babble in similar ways, and researchers are becoming increasingly interested in interpreting these sounds and the impact they have on both cognitive and social development.
CSU affiliates may request circulating books from Prospector. Borrow from Prospector by using your Poudre River Public Library card and have materials sent to the public library branch (Old Town, Harmony, or Council Tree) of your choice.
This section gives recommendations of resources to use and the terms to search in them for topics related to double talk, doublespeak, euphemisms, and professional jargon.
media images, women's language, men's language, inappropriate humor directed at males or females).
Books, in call number ranges P 40, P 120 Search the library catalog using: Be certain to combine terms in the database below to find more precisely what you need. Use How to Evaluate Books and How to Evaluate Articles for suggestions of things to examine.
When searching for books owned by CSU in the library catalog, be sure to change the default search ("almost everything") to "Books and More" or your search will return massive numbers of irrelevant and not-owned by CSU results.
The library catalog terms identified here also work in Prospector, the Colorado Union Catalog.
Also, you don't want to be searching through large sets of search results. Note: CSU no longer subscribes to the indexes listed below, but the terms should work if your library has them: Search Be sure to evaluate the sources you find.
Use How to Evaluate Books and How to Evaluate Articles for suggestions of things to examine.