Language Development Test 3

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Overextension and Underextension

Answer:
(naming errors)
Overextension-child uses a word too broadly to refer to referents that may be similar in perceptual feature or function
Underextension-words have too narrow a meaning. Ex- child uses the word dog only when referring to the child's pet and not when referring to other dogs

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Language Development Test 3
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Semantic, Phonological, and morphological development
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