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During language acquisition, children exploit syntactic cues within sentences to learn the meanings of words. Yet, it remains unknown how this strategy develops alongside an ability to access cues during real-time language comprehension. This study investigates how on-line sensitivity to syntactic cues impacts off-line interpretation and recall of word(More)
The abstract summarizes the findings of the report and includes purpose, scope, methods, major results, and conclusions. This LITRE project was designed in two phases. The first phase involved the development of online streaming media for an on-campus Music Appreciation course already being taught at NC State. An assessment plan was created to determine the(More)
Young children readily use syntactic cues for word learning in structurally-simple contexts (Naigles, 1990). However, developmental differences in children's language processing abilities might interfere with their access to syntactic cues when novel words are presented in structurally-challenging contexts. To understand the role of processing on syntactic(More)
  • Emlyn W Cruickshank, Kirsty Schneeberger, Nadine Smith, Milena Bottero, Jack Cornforth, Felix Dodds +6 others
  • 2012
This guide was jointly initiated by Stakeholder Forum and the Commonwealth Secretariat in response to the perceived 'knowledge gap' on the history and dynamics of global governance for sustainable development. A first edition was published in 2011 and this second edition was updated in February 2012. As the 'institutional framework for sustainable(More)
The objectives of our work are to further our understanding of: (a) the process whereby human listeners decode an acoustic speech signal into a sequence of discrete linguistic symbols such as phonemes; and (b) the process whereby human talkers encode a sequence of discrete linguistic symbols into an acoustic signal. Current research activities related to(More)
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