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The acquisition of language: The study of developmental psycholinguistics

The acquisition of language: The study of developmental psycholinguistics,D. Mcneill

The acquisition of language: The study of developmental psycholinguistics   (Citations: 35)
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Published in 1970.
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    • ...McNeill (1970) indicated that LAD consists of four innate linguistics properties: (a) the ability to distinguish speech sounds from others in the environment, (b) the ability to organize linguistic data into various classes that can later be refined, (c) the knowledge that only a certain kind of linguistic system is possible and that other kinds are not, and (d) the ability to engage in constant evaluation of the developing linguistic system so as to construct the simplest possible system of the available linguistic input...

    Jeffrey T. LaBelle. Selecting ELL Textbooks: A Content Analysis of Language-Teaching Model...

    • ...As McNeil (1970) further commented, the relation of speech and meaning is reflected in transformational grammar in the distinction between deep and surface structure, deep structure associated with meaning or content and surface structure with sound and expression...

    W. W. Meissner. THE ROLE OF LANGUAGE IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE SELF I: LANGUAGE ACQUIS...

    • ...Second, speech is a highly practiced response modality that some researchers (eg, Fodor, 1966; McNeill, 1970)have argued has a special status in the cognitive architecture...

    David A. Balotaet al. Mental Chronometry: Beyond Onset Latencies in the Lexical Decision Tas...

    • ...Consideraciones como ésta han despertado importantes polémicas que parten de la sugerencia de que los niños tienen en mente relaciones semánticas y sintácticas bien articuladas ya en el período de una palabra pero que, por diferentes motivos, no pueden ser puestas de manifiesto (DeLaguna, 1927; Greenfield y Smith, 1976; McNeill, 1970)...
    • ...Como se puede imaginar, la simplicidad intuitiva de este concepto encierra sin embargo importantes implicaciones teóricas que hunden sus raíces en la idea misma de qué es el lenguaje y cómo se adquiere (Barrett, 1982, 1983a,b, 1985; Dore, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1983, 1985; Greenfield y Smith, 1976; Greenfield et al, 1985; Lock, 1978, 1980; McNeill, 1970, 1985; Veneciano, 1990)...
    • ...En el extremo opuesto, y desde una perspectiva nativista radical de influencia lingüística, algunos investigadores (McNeill, 1970, 1985; Fodor, 1975, 1980) han propuesto que los niños están equipados desde su nacimiento con la representación de las reglas gramaticales universales del lenguaje...

    Jose A. Carranzaet al. De las palabras aisladas a las combinaciones de palabras

    • ...Deep time is, therefore, incoherent, banal, and confusing, just as was its older sibling, the "Language Acquisition Device" (McNeill, 1970, p. 70), or LAD...

    Daniel C. O'Connell. A new approach to an elusive science

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