private speech

private speech

Psychology A verbalized, but internal monologue that accounts for 20–60% of the remarks made by a child < age 10. See Babbling.
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The skipper of the boat, on the other hand, was called Neil Roy Macrob; and since Macrob was one of the names of Alan's clansmen, and Alan himself had sent me to that ferry, I was eager to come to private speech of Neil Roy.
Put your hand on this Bible, and say, 'I renounce all private speech and intercourse with Philip Wakem from this time forth.
Third, although most of the investigators cited earlier in this article have anchored their research on the Vygotskyian developmental perspective, no published study has investigated the effect(s) of stimulating private speech internalization, that is, teaching programs that are conducted to strengthen children's conscious awareness of their own private speech, the various roles private speech play in the learning process, and how learners can benefit from and utilize it in the private speech internalization perspective.
SpinVox, a private speech technology company and provider of Voice-to-Content messaging, has announced that its users will be able connect to their voice messages while on-board flights.
Exclusion of religious speech may occur in at least two distinct situations: where the government itself speaks (or pays private parties to promote its messages), and where it subsidizes private speech.
The problematic amplification never differentiates between public and private speech, and lines and lyrics emanate too obviously from loudspeakers rather than thesps' mouths.
may be more likely to be viewed as the speaker's private speech,
When children engage in private speech to themselves, the same words that adults once used to regulate children's behaviors, are now used by children themselves for the purposes of self-regulation.
The unauthorised broadcast of a private speech to members of his parliamentary group (just a few days after the election victory in spring 2006) has revealed that Ferenc Gyurcsany clearly lied to voters regarding the disastrous consequences of the government's economic policies over the previous two years.
The necessity to pass from public to private speech is too radical for some.
We believe there are many other private speech recognition companies that might have products or services that would benefit from becoming part of a publicly traded entity.
The court rejected this challenge, concluding the program did not violate the tobacco companies' First Amendment rights because this was a permissible government speech program rather than illicit compelled private speech.

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