The Interactionist Approach to Language Development Differs from the Behaviourist

Question 68
Multiple Choice

The interactionist approach to language development differs from the behaviourist approach in that the interactionist approach: A)believes that humans have an innate ability to acquire language. B)believes that environmental factors affect language development. C)does not believe in the existence of a language acquisition device. D)places a heavier emphasis on the role of social interactions in language development.