By Charlotte Baker-Shenk, Dennis Cokely
Baker-Shenk C., Cokely D. American signal language (Clerc Books, Gallaudet collage Press, 1991, 1980)(ISBN 093032384X)(400dpi)(469s)
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58 and 7), and a marked increase in the number of representational elements took place in the vocal but not in the gestural modality. These data demonstrate that, for representational as well as for deictic elements, the clear shift toward the vocal modality observed at 20 months cannot be attributed simply to a contraction of the children's gestural repertoire, but was due to a parallel, and comparatively much greater expansion of the vocal repertoire. The data on the different utterance types produced by the children at 16 and 20 months evidenced distinct developmental patterns for one- as compared to two-element utterances.
The data on the composition and the information conveyed by the children's two-element utterances provided a more complex and articulate picture of the role that gestures played at both 16 and 20 months of age. First, we found that at both 16 and 20 months the most frequent type of two-element utterances were crossmodal combinations of a gestural and a vocal element, which also increased significantly from 16 to 20 months (Mean N at the two age points: 15 and 33). These utterances were in fact significantly more frequent not only of two-gesture utterances (almost absent from the children's production), but also of two-word utterances, which began to be consistently produced only at 20 months.
These types of combinations seemed to precede the first two-word utterances. , "mommy open") were common, but combinations of two referential gestures were never observed. Since the end of the 70s, research in our laboratory has developed in new directions as we began to explore language development in deaf children and, shortly thereafter, the visual-gestural language used within the Italian (adult) Deaf community, a language that had never been described until we began our investigations, and that is now widely known as Italian Sign language or LIS.