Examine, in depth, the influences that the author of this article has had on brain research and language acquisition in young children.

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120 Points Unit 2 Assignment
Annotated Bibliography

Content

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18 / 110 points Article 1 – Use Dr. Kuhl’s article provided to you.
Summarize your source.
In addition, this paragraph should contain an evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of this research.
This annotated bibliography should examine, in depth, the influences that Dr. Kuhl’s brain research has had on language acquisition in young children.
Include your interpretation of the data formats provided in the article.
= 9 / 37 points (9.25 points each)
Article 2 – Select an article from library or web resource on brain research/language development. Information plagiarized from outside source / no credit given
(see image attached to gradebook)
Summarize your source.
In addition, this paragraph should contain an evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of this research.
Examine, in depth, the influences that the author of this article has had on brain research and language acquisition in young children.
Include your interpretation of the data formats provided in the article.
= 0 / 37 points (9.25 points each)

Article 3 – Select an article from library or web resource on brain research/language development.
Summarize your source.
In addition, this paragraph should contain an evaluation of the strengths and weaknesses of this research.
Examine, in depth, the influences that the author of this article has had on brain research and language acquisition in young children.
Include your interpretation of the data formats provided in the article.
= 9 / 36 points (9 points each)

Mechanics

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Structure
8 / 10 points
Annotated Bibliography template used = 1 / 1 point
Use of reference to article in body of paper for three annotated bibliographies = 3 / 3 points
Summary in paragraph format / double spaced / 12 pt. Times New Roman or Arial = 1 / 1 point
Spelling/Grammar checked (Subj/Verb agreement, punctuation, capitalization, etc.) = 0 / 1 point
Includes a title page with identifying information = 1 / 1 point
Three references in APA format on reference page = 2 / 3 points

Total Score
26 / 120 points

Annotated Bibliography
CE320-01 Language Development in the Young Child
December 14, 2014
Annotated Bibliography
Kuhl, P. K. (2004). Early Language Acquisition: Cracking the Speech Code. Nature Reviews Neuroscience, 5(11), 831–843. doi:10.1038/nrn1533.
Perceptually discriminable for stimuli there representations in the brain must be distinct. The task investigation is discriminating the syllabus, neural persons representation were better behavioral discrimination activity. Within the same brain area spatially intermingled between differentiating and neural representation. This opens up a new approach for identifying neural representation and for qualifying there task suitability.
Waite, L., Gold Schneider, F. K., & Witsberger, C. (2005). not family living and the erosion

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of traditional family orientation among young adults. American sociological reviews, 5(14), 541-554.
To taste hypothesis that non-family live by young adults alters their attitudes by using data from the national longitudinal surveys of young women and young men moving them away from their belief in traditional sex roles. While the effects were fewer in studies of males they find their hypothesis strongly supported in young females. Increased individualism, changes in attitudes about families and self-sufficiency increases the time away from parents before marrying.in contrast study by William cited below shows number significant gender differences in sex role attitudes as result of non-family living.
Bedi, K.S (2006). The combined effects of unilateral nucleation and rearing in admired
light on synapse-to-neuron ratios in the rate visual cortex. Journal of anatomy 167,71-84
On the synapse-to-neural ratios in the rate visual cortex indicated a decrease in synaptic density of dark-reared. An empirical investigation of the effect of the dark rearing and unilateral enucleating due to this there were no difference observed. Thus light stimulation from the environment is important in establishing normal intermural connectivity in the virtual cortex, while the efforts of having one eye removed are minimal.

References
Khul, P.K. (2004). Early language acquisition: cracking the speech code nature reviews
neuroscience, 5(11), 831-843
Waite L.J Gold Schneider, F. K. & Witsberger, C.(2005).not family living and the erosion of
traditional family orientation among young adults. American sociological reviews, 5(14), 541-554.
Bedi, K.S. (2006). The combined effects of unilateral nucleation and rearing in admired light on
synapse-to-neuron ratios in the rate visual cortex. Journal of anatomy 167,71-84

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