LINGUIST List 4.1105

Tue 28 Dec 1993

Books: Psycholing, Lang Acquisition

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Message 1: Psycholing, Lang Acquisition

Date: Tue 28 Dec 1993
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PSYCHOLINGUISTICS

Altmann, Gerry (University of Sussex, Brighton), Shillcock, Richard
 (Edinburgh University, Edinburgh); COGNITIVE MODELS OF SPEECH
 PROCESSING: THE SECOND SPERLONGA MEETING; 0-86377-302-8 [cloth]
 $79.95 ($45.57 special prepaid offer); Lawrence Erlbaum. 531pp.
 This edited volume addresses general theoretical concerns as well as the
 nature of the lexical representations onto which the speech input is
 mapped, the mapping process itself, and the processes that operate over
 the lexical representations to yield the meaning of the spoken sentence.
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LANGUAGE ACQUISITION

Thomas, Margaret KNOWLEDGE OF REFLEXIVES IN A SECOND LANGUAGE
 John Benjamins 1993 234 pp. Language Acquisition
 Cloth US:1 55619 241 X/EUR:90 272 2469 2 US$59.00/Hfl.110,--
This study addresses the debate about whether adult language learners
have access to the principles and parameters of universal grammar in
constructing the grammar of a second language -- and concludes that they
do. Japanese, English and Spanish are used.
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