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Question 1: ________
Executive functions
Natural language
Motor coordination
Sensory perception
PlanningJoseph Francis SheaDecision makingOptimization (mathematics)

Question 2: Constructed international auxiliary languages such as ________ and Interlingua (even those that have native speakers) are not generally considered natural languages.
EsperantidoEsperantoEsperanto grammarReformed Esperanto

Question 3: Brain regions
Clinical neuropsychology
Human brain
Cognitive psychologyBehavioral neuroscienceCognitive neuropsychologyCognitive neuroscience

Question 4: [11] ________, a second naturalistic auxiliary language, is also naturalistic in content but is no longer widely spoken.
Latino sine FlexioneInterlinguaInflectionGrammatical gender

Question 5: It is probably impossible to accurately enumerate the living languages because our worldwide knowledge is incomplete, and it is a "moving target", as explained in greater detail by the ________'s Introduction, p.
EthnologueAltaic languagesLanguage isolateMayan languages

Question 6: Furthermore, natural ________ during childhood is largely spontaneous, while literacy must usually be intentionally acquired.
LinguisticsPsycholinguisticsLanguage acquisitionSemantics

Question 7: An example of a widely used controlled natural language is Simplified English, which was originally developed for ________ industry maintenance manuals.
BiotechnologyNuclear technologyAerospaceAerospace engineering

Question 8: The learning of one's own native language, typically that of one's parents, normally occurs spontaneously in early human ________ and is biologically driven.
AdolescenceAttachment theoryChildhoodAdult

Question 9: There are also many dead and, distinct from dead, ________.
Na-Dene languagesGaagudju languageExtinct languageChumashan languages

Question 10: By comparing the different natural languages, scholars hope to learn something about the nature of human ________, and the innate biases and constraints that shape natural language.
IntelligenceCognitionBehaviorismArtificial intelligence


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