Language Acquisition (Critical Concepts in Linguistics)

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This new addition to Routledge’s Major Works series, Critical Concepts in Linguistics, brings together the very best and most influential scholarly research in over half a century of language-acquisition research. The collection represents and reflects the interdisciplinary nature of the field, by highlighting models and methodologies from—and implications for—adjacent fields such as psycholinguistics, developmental psychology, computer science, and comparative cognition. In addition, the collection steers users to the most important, as well as controversial, issues that lie at the frontier of language acquisition research.
With a new introduction by the editor, comprehensive index, and a chronological table of the gathered materials, this four-volume collection provides both student and scholar alike with all the key writings on language acquisition in one convenient and authoritative reference resource
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ISBN-13: 9780415437097
ISBN-10: 0415437091
Pagini: 1720
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 mm
Greutate: 3.08 kg
Ediția: 1
Editura: Routledge
Seria Critical Concepts in Linguistics


Volume I: Foundations
1. N. Chomsky, ‘Review of B. F. Skinner’s Verbal Behavior’, Language, 1959, 35, 26ߝ58.
2. N. Chomsky, Aspects of the Theory of Syntax (MIT Press, 1965), pp. 24ߝ38.
3. E. M. Gold, ‘Language Identification in the Limit’, Information and Control, 1967, 10, 5, 447ߝ74.
4. G. Marcus, ‘Negative Evidence in Language Acquisition’, Cognition, 1993, 46, 53ߝ85.
5. S. Crain, ‘Language Acquisition in the Absence of Experience’, Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 1991, 14, 597ߝ650.
6. J. Legate and C. Yang, ‘Empirical Reassessment of Stimulus Poverty Arguments’, Linguistic Review, 2002, 19, 151ߝ62.
7. P. Marler, ‘The Instinct to Learn’, in S. Carey and R. Gelman (eds.), The Epigenesis of Mind: Essays on Biology and Cognition (Lawrence Erlbaum, 1991), pp. 37ߝ66.
8. S. Goldin-Meadow and C. Mylander, ‘Gestural Communication in Deaf Children: Noneffect of Parental Input on Language Development’, Science, 1983, 22, 221, 372ߝ4.
9. A. Senghas, S. Kita, and A. Ozyurek, ‘Children Creating Core Properties of Language: Evidence from an Emerging Sign Language in Nicaragua’, Science, 2004, 305, 5691, 1779ߝ82.
10. J. Johnson and E. Newport, ‘Critical Period Effects in Second Language Learning: The Influence of Maturational State on the Acquisition of English as a Second Language’, Cognitive Psychology, 1989, 21, 60ߝ99.
11. G. Sankoff and H. Blondeau, ‘Language Change Across the Lifespan: /r/ in Montreal French’, Language, 2007, 83, 3, 560ߝ88.
12. M. Gopnik and M. Crago, ‘Familial Aggregation of a Developmental Language Disorder’, Cognition, 1991, 39, 1ߝ50.
13. N. Smith, I. Tsimpli, and J. Ouhala, ‘Learning the Impossible: The Acquisition of Possible and Impossible Languages by a Polyglot Savant’, Lingua, 1993, 91, 279ߝ347.
Volume II: Speech
14. T. Nazzi, J. Bertoncini, and J. Mehler, ‘Language Discrimination by Newborns: Towards an Understanding of the Role of Rhythm’, Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Perception and Performance, 1998, 24, 756ߝ66.
15. P. Eimas et al., ‘Speech Perception in Infants’, Science, 1971, 171, 303ߝ6.
16. P. Kuhl, ‘Perception of Auditory Equivalence Classes for Speech in Early Infancy’, Infant Behavior and Development, 1983, 6, 263ߝ85.
17. J. Werker and R. Tees, ‘Cross-Language Speech Perception: Evidence for Perceptual Reorganization During the First Year of Life’, Infant Behavior and Development, 1984, 7, 49ߝ63.
18. L. A. Pettito and P. Marentette, ‘Babbling in the Manual Mode: Evidence for the Ontogeny of Language’, Science, 1991, 251, 1493ߝ6.
19. P. Jusczyk and R. Aslin, ‘Infant’s Detection of the Sound Patterns of Words in Fluent Speech’, Cognitive Psychology, 1995, 46, 65ߝ97.
20. J. Saffran, R. Aslin, and E. Newport, ‘Statistical Learning by 8-Month-Olds’, Science, 1996, 274, 1926ߝ8.
21. P. Jusczyk, ‘How Infants Begin to Extract Words from Speech’, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 1999, 3, 323ߝ8.
22. C. Yang, ‘Universal Grammar, Statistics or Both?’, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2004, 8, 10, 451ߝ6.
23. N. V. Smith, ‘Universal Tendencies in the Child’s Acquisition of Phonology’, in Neil O’Connor (ed.), Language, Cognitive Deficits, and Retardation (Butterworth, 1975), pp. 47ߝ65.
24. M. Macken, ‘Developmental Reorganization of Phonology: A Hierarchy of Basic Units of Acquisition’, Lingua, 1979, 49, 11ߝ49.
25. C. Ferguson and C. Farwell, ‘Words and Sounds in Early Language Acquisition’, Language, 1975, 51, 419ߝ39.
26. J. Stemberger, ‘Speech Errors in Early Child Language Production’, Journal of Memory and Language, 1989, 28, 2, 164ߝ88.
27. W. Labov, ‘Stages in the Acquisition of Standard English’, in R. Shuy (ed.), Social Dialects and Language Learning (National Council of Teachers of English), pp. 77ߝ103.
28. J. Roberts, ‘Acquisition of Variable Rules: A Study of (-t, d) Deletion in Preschool Children’, Journal of Child Language, 1997, 24, 351ߝ72.
29. P. Kiparsky and L. Menn, ‘On the Acquisition of Phonology’, in J. MacNamara (ed.), Language Learning and Thought (Academic Press, 1977), pp. 47ߝ78.
30. E. Dresher and J. Kaye, ‘A Computational Learning Model for Metrical Phonology’, Cognition, 1990, 34, 137ߝ95.
volume III: Words
31. S. Carey and E. Bartlett, ‘Acquiring a Single New Word’, Papers and Reports on Child Language Development, 1978, 15, 17ߝ29.
32. E. Markman, ‘Constraints Children Place on Word Meanings’, Cognitive Science, 1990, 14, 1, 57ߝ77.
33. D. Baldwin, ‘Infants’ Ability to Consult the Speaker for Clues to Word Reference’, Journal of Child Language, 1993, 20, 395ߝ418.
34. E. Clark, ‘What’s in a Word? On the Child’s Acquisition of Semantics in his First Language’, in T. Moore (ed.), Cognitive Development and the Development of Language (Academic Press, 1973), pp. 65ߝ110.
35. J. Berko, ‘The Child’s Learning of English Morphology’, Word, 1958, 14, 150ߝ77.
36. D. E. Rumelhart and J. L. McClelland, ‘On Learning the Past Tenses of English Verbs’, in J. L. McClelland et al., Parallel Distributed Processing: Explorations in the Microstructure of Cognition, vol. II (MIT Press, 1986), pp. 216ߝ71.
37. S. Pinker and M. Ullman, ‘The Past and Future of the Past Tense’, Trends in Cognitive Sciences, 2002, 6, 11, 456ߝ63.
38. A. Tyler and W. Nagy, ‘The Acquisition of English Derivational Morphology’, Journal of Memory and Language, 1989, 28, 6, 649ߝ67.
39. L. Gleitman, ‘The Structural Sources of Verb Meanings’, Language Acquisition, 1990, 1, 1ߝ55.
40. V. Valian, ‘Syntactic Categories in the Speech of Young Children’, Developmental Psychology, 1986, 22, 4, 562ߝ79.
41. J. Gropen et al., ‘The Learnability and Acquisition of the Dative Alternation in English’, Language, 1989, 65, 2, 203ߝ57.
volume IV: Structures
42. R. Brown, A First Language (Harvard University Press, 1973), pp. 51ߝ8, 74ߝ100.
43. E. Shipley, C. Smith, and L. Gleitman, ‘A Study in the Acquisition of Language: Free Responses to Commands’, Language, 1969, 45, 2, 322ߝ42.
44. R. Golinkoff et al., ‘The Eyes Have It: Lexical and Syntactic Comprehension in a New Paradigm’, Journal of Child Language, 1987, 14, 23ߝ45.
45. S. Crain and C. McKee, ‘The Acquisition of Structural Restrictions on Anaphora’, in S. Berman, J.-W. Choe, and J. McDonough (eds.), Proceedings of NELS 15 (GLSA, 1985), pp. 94ߝ110.
46. J. de Villiers, T. Roeper, and A. Vainikka, ‘The Acquisition of Long-Distance Rules’, in L. Frazier and J. de Villiers (eds.), Language Processing and Language Acquisition (Kluwer, 1990), pp. 257ߝ97.
47. M. T. Guasti, ‘Verb Syntax in Italian Child Grammar: Finite and Nonfinite Verbs’, Language Acquisition, 1993, 3, 1, 1ߝ40.
48. D. Poeppel and K. Wexler, ‘The Full Competence Hypothesis of Clause Structure in Early German’, Language, 1993, 69, 1, 1ߝ33.
49. Y. Grodzinsky and T. Reinhart, ‘The Innateness of Binding and Coreference’, Linguistic Inquiry, 1993, 24, 69ߝ102.
50. C. Chomsky, The Acquisition of Syntax in Children from 5 to 10 (MIT Press, 1969), pp. 41ߝ61, 97ߝ102.
51. M. Rice, K. Wexler, and P. Cleave, ‘Specific Language Impairment as a Period of Extended Optional Infinitive’, Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 1995, 38, 850ߝ63.
52. N. Hyams, ‘The Theory of Parameters and Syntactic Development’, in T. Roeper and E. Williams (eds.), Parameter Setting (Reidel, 1987), pp. 1ߝ22.
53. V. Valian, ‘Syntactic Subjects in the Early Speech of American and Italian Children’, Cognition, 1991, 40, 21ߝ81.
54. W. Snyder, ‘On the Nature of Syntactic Variation: Evidence from Complex Predicates and Complex Word-Formation’, Language, 2001, 77, 2, 324ߝ42.
55. R. Berwick and P. Niyogi, ‘Learning from Triggers’, Linguistic Inquiry, 1996, 27, 4, 605ߝ22.