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Time, tense and aspect
Abstract The present paper investigates the use of French verbal forms by children between the ages of 2,11 and 8,7. An experiment is presented demonstrating that these Ss do not only use tenses to… Expand
Infants and objects : the creativity of cognitive development
From the surface inward: a discontinuous continuity in the emergence of grammatical morphology
Young Children’s Ideas about the Written Number System
Although we already possess much information about early alphabetic writing attempts (see for example Read, 1975; Clay, 1975; Ferreiro and Teberovsky, 1979), little or nothing is known about the… Expand
What is Word? Experimental Study of Children's Ideas on Grammer.
What is a Word
Language is a means of expressing knowledge and at the same time an object of knowledge. How do children, in addition to using Ianguage, acquire the capacity to think about language? The authors… Expand
On cognitive development.
RELATIONS BETWEEN SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS: ARE THEY ‘EASY TO SEE’?
Recent findings in developmental psycholinguistics have shown that below the age of eight children have difficulty in understanding English sentences that do not conform to the normal SVO pattern… Expand