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The Motivation System as an Aspect
Word Meaning Motivation and Vocabulary Growth
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abnormal behavior acquired acquisition actually addition adjustment appropriate aspects attentional behaviors attentional responses basic behavioral repertoires begin behavioral development behavioral skills biological child development child learns child's behavior child's speech circumstances classical conditioning complex conception of human conception of intelligence considered described discussed effect elicit emotional words example extent function havior human behavior imitation skills important indicate individual individual's intelligence tests interac interaction involved isomorphic labeling later learning conception learning conditions learning principles learning situations learning task learning trials Let us say manner mental retardation Moreover motivational system negative emotional responses normal behaviors objects and events occur ordinarily organic-mental parent personality present principles of learning problems produce punishment reinforcement reward value self-concept sensory social specific speech repertoire speech responses Staats stimulus control suggested tion train the child type of training types of learning various verbal stimuli vocal responses word associations young child