O papel do balbucio na formação de templates

Maria de Fátima de Almeida Baia

Resumo


O presente estudo investiga a relação entre a manifestação dos templates e o balbucio assumindo uma perspectiva dinâmica de desenvolvimento. Após a análise de dados longitudinas de três crianças adquirindo o português brasileiro como língua materna, verificou-se influência do balbucio na formação e emergência de templates. No entanto, o grau de influência do balbucio variou de criança para criança.


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templates, balbucio, desenvolvimento fonológico

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