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Language Development: The Nature Vs. Nurture Debate
The Interactionist Theory
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Language Development is a combination between biological as well as environmental influences.  Constructivism is when a child uses his innate biological influences along with the environmental stimulus to develop language.  Emergentism is the interaction between biology and the environment.