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By Steven Pinker

During this influential examine, Steven Pinker develops a brand new method of the matter of language studying. Now reprinted with new remark through the writer, this vintage paintings remains to be an crucial source in developmental psycholinguistics.

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Implementations are not conceptualizations: Revising the verb learning model. Cognition 40: 121-157. Maratsos, M. 1987. Gift of tongues. Times Literary Supplement, January 2, 19. Marcus, G. F. 1993. Negative evidence in language acquisition. Cognition 46: 53-85. --1995. Children's overregularization of English plurals: A quantitative analysis. Journal of Child Language 22: 447-459. Marcus, G. , Rosen, T. , and Xu, F. 1992. Overregularization in language acquisition. Monographs of the Society for Research in Child Development 57 (4, serial no.

1995. Learning and morphological change. Cognition 56: 61-98. , and Pinker, S. 1988. Syntax-semantics correspondences in parental speech. Unpublished manuscript. Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, MIT. , eds. 1994. Language acquisition studies in generative grammar. Philadelphia: John Benjamins. Language Learnability and Language Development Revisited xxxiii Hyams, N. 1986. Language acquisition and the theory of parameters. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Reidel. , and Wexler, K. 1993. On the grammatical basis of null subjects in child language.

The catalog of computational machinery from which psycholinguistic theories could draw has proved to be an embarrassment of riches. The problem was no longer one of finding a single coherent model to account for the child's abilities but of deciding among alternative accounts, anyone of which could handle the data as well as the others. It turned out to be nearly impossible to determine which grammar best fit a corpus of child speech (Brown, Fraser, and Bellugi, 1964; Brown, 1973), especially since the rules in the grammars proposed often contained arbitrary mixtures of adult syntactic categories, ad hoc syntactic categories, semantic features, phonological features, and specific words (see Atkinson, 1982, for discussion).

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