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tAzMaNiAc
post Tue Dec 10, 2002, 10:08 AM
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What the heck is Perilingual? Tell me! (IMG:http://www.deafonline2.com/forums/style_emoticons/default/smile.gif)
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post Tue Dec 10, 2002, 12:23 PM
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Taz,

it means become deaf during language acquistion. not pre or post but during
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post Tue Dec 10, 2002, 12:34 PM
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Taz,

it means ?become deaf during language acquistion. ?not pre or post ?but during


Hmm.. Okay. I haven't heard of that... so thats why.

Hrmmm...
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yeah least commonly used term though..
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Anyone know of any studies which indicate that perilingals can learn spoken language better and easier then classic prelingally deaf/HOH people?
I would not be surprised one iota if a careful study reveled that
most oral "prelingally" deaf people were in fact perilingally deaf people. I am not saying that classic prelingals can't learn to speak,(there have ALWAYS been prelingally deaf kids who could speak. Even before hearing aids!) just that the stats might be a little mixed up)
If my hypothesis is true, then it's probaly due to infant memory b/c the child's brain already knows how to process sound like a hearing person.
I would LOVE to see the stats that AG Bell has on the number of classic prelingally/congentially deaf people who truely become oral-only. I bet it's very low!
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Anyone know of any studies which indicate that perilingals can learn spoken language better and easier then classic prelingally deaf/HOH people? ?
I would not be surprised one iota if a careful study reveled that ?
most oral "prelingally" deaf people were in fact perilingally deaf people. I am not saying that classic prelingals can't learn to speak,(there have ALWAYS been prelingally deaf kids who could speak. Even before hearing aids!) just that the stats might be a little mixed up) ?
If my hypothesis is true, then it's probaly due to infant memory b/c the child's brain already knows how to process sound like a hearing person. ?
I would LOVE to see the stats that AG Bell has on the number of classic prelingally/congentially deaf people who truely become oral-only. I bet it's very low!



Ok then you are Pez that I know from anywhere (DN, HE, Sound and fury's forum, and several other forums! ) but why do you have to say this in one of your post that you knew Pez from other forum? http://www.deafonline2.com/forums/index.ph...=15&#entry12177

WHY?
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post Mon Jan 6, 2003, 09:57 AM
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I am a perilingual because I became deaf during language acquistion. To my surprise, I recognized the words that I heard before my hearing loss (during the listening exercises).

I began talking at 7 months and lost my hearing at 18 months.

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Ok then you are Pez that I know from anywhere

No, I am not Pez Dispenser. I am a very good friend of Pez's thou and we share a lot of the same views on deafness.
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grrl, tell the REAL Pez to come to this forum. There's no sense for her to post over in that other place now that the average English language level there dropped 6 grades. If she belives in her convictions she ought not be afraid to post among peers. One's mind is a terrible thing to waste.
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tell the REAL Pez to come to this forum

I'll tell her, but she's quite the busy lady with school and stuff.
Last I talked with her she was busy catching up on some INC and writing several articles and appling for scholarships for school. I will tell her she is missed!
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No, I am not Pez Dispenser. I am a very good friend of Pez's thou and we share a lot of the same views on deafness.


But still, I doubt you.. anyway, welcome to DOL! (IMG:http://www.deafonline2.com/forums/style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif)
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I think they're the same, no offense Pez/Deafgrrl! Same posting style, same grammar, same...everything. (IMG:http://www.deafonline2.com/forums/style_emoticons/default/biggrin.gif)

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Is age 2 "perilingual"? That's the age when I entered the deaf/HOH world. My mother said at that age, I could only say just a few words (about 2 or 3 words).......that was my parents' clue that there was something wrong (also when she kept calling my name until she got closer to my ear), and they found out that I lost a lot of hearing afterwards.

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I am a perilingual. I lost a lot of my language since doctors would not admit I had a hearing loss until age five because I was talkactive. I lost my hearing at 2.5. Got hearing aids at age 5. The audiologist said that he didn't expect me to be speaking well because it's not very common for them to see people with my hearing loss speaking well or so it was back then (IMG:http://www.deafonline2.com/forums/style_emoticons/default/laugh.gif)
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Obviously someone who has lost hearing during the language learning process will have an advantage over one who is pre-lingual.
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little pitty,

hope you can help me here. I have a CI. Sometimes I feel that my statements about what I can hear with the CI is not taken seriously because I did not wear hearing aids for a long time. I am told that my brain does not know what it is hearing becaise I did not wear hearing aids.

In fact, I think despite my years without hearing aid use, my brain has some memory of what I heard prior to my hearing loss.

thanks!

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I don't think your brain ever loses memory..and it's hardwired for sound. (well okay we do know that brain cells decline as you get older, but not as a young to middle aged adult). There is also much research that shows that lack of auditory experiences causes rapid deterioration, but again it's geared more towards the senior set.

That said, you know your experiences and I don't think anyone should be skeptical of that. You seem to be pleased with your CI experience and all I can say iis you go girl...keep up the good work!
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