نتایج جستجو برای language acquisition

تعداد نتایج: 410515  

2015
David N Brown, Avertissement Le,

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Journal: :Neuroscience and biobehavioral reviews 2017
Stephen Crain, Loes Koring, Rosalind Thornton,

This paper describes the biolinguistic approach to language acquisition. We contrast the biolinguistic approach with a usage-based approach. We argue that the biolinguistic approach is superior because it provides more accurate and more extensive generalizations about the properties of human languages, as well as a better account of how children acquire human languages. To distinguish between t...

2006
Jacqueline van Kampen, Arnold Evers,

Preferably, the properties of grammar can be derived from the following factors: (i) The primary linguistic data as they are offered to the child. (ii) A language acquisition procedure. Hopefully, the language acquisition procedure is compatible with plausible assumptions about the neural abilities of human beings, but that is of no immediate concern here. The interaction of the primary data an...

2006
NICK C. ELLIS,

This paper considers how fluent language users are rational in their language processing, their unconscious language representation systems optimally prepared for comprehension and production, how language learners are intuitive statisticians, and how acquisition can be understood as contingency learning. But there are important aspects of second language acquisition that do not appear to be ra...

2010
Petra Hendriks, Charlotte Koster,

The theme of this Special Issue is asymmetries in language acquisition, and the contributions present evidence for either the presence or the absence of a production/comprehension asymmetry in child language. The authors focus on various areas of linguistics, ranging from phonology and syntax to semantics and pragmatics, using a variety of empirical methods. Although the contributions do not ag...

Journal: :The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 2001
I R MacKay, J E Flege, T Piske, C Schirru,

This study examined the production of English /b/ and the perception of short-lag English /b d g/ tokens by four groups of bilinguals who differed according to their age of arrival (AOA) in Canada from Italy and amount of self-reported native language (L1) use. A clear difference emerged between early bilinguals (mean AOA= 8 years) and late bilinguals (mean AOA= 20 years). The late bilinguals s...

2000
Maria Polinsky,

The overall rich body of literature dealing with first language acquisition has been concerned, to a very large extent, with the unpacking of the notion “acquisition” into a set of simpler, smaller notions. This unpacking should eventually lead us to understanding smaller problems and hopefully, eventually build into the larger picture of language acquisition altogether. In this brief survey, I...

Journal: :Connect. Sci. 2008
Luís Seabra Lopes, Aneesh Chauhan,

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2003
Stephen Levinson, Weiyu Zhu, Danfeng Li, Kevin Squire, Ruei-sung Lin, Matthew Kleffner, Matthew McClain, Johnny Lee,

There is no such thing as a disembodied mind. We posit that cognitive development can only occur through interaction with the physical world. To this end, we are developing a robotic platform for the purpose of studying cognition. We suggest that the central component of cognition is a memory which is primarily associative, one where learning occurs as the correlation of events from diverse inp...

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