17.2004, Media: Apes That Talk

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Subject: 17.2004, Media: Apes That Talk

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Date: 08-Jul-2006
From: Karen Stanley < karen.stanley at cpcc.edu >
Subject: Apes That Talk 

	
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Date: Sat, 08 Jul 2006 16:14:04
From: Karen Stanley < karen.stanley at cpcc.edu >
Subject: Apes That Talk 
 

This morning (Saturday, July 8), NPR broadcast the first in a series about
language.  This program dealt with Bonobos and their linguistic
communication with humans, and discussed (among other things) motivation
and social interaction as key factors in their language acquisition.  The
story can be found at
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=5503685

The next in the series will deal with people with autism and their
linguistic communication.

Karen Stanley - karen.stanley at cpcc.edu
http://people.cpcc.edu/~skh6004e
Central Piedmont Community College
Charlotte, North Carolina, USA 


Linguistic Field(s): Language Acquisition





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