Basic Syntactic Processes

@inproceedings{MacWhinney1982BasicSP,
  title={Basic Syntactic Processes},
  author={Brian MacWhinney},
  year={1982}
}
MacWhinney (1978) presented a computational model of the acquisition of morphophonology. The present chapter attempts to extend the model presented in that earlier paper to the acquisition of word-order patterns. This extension is supported by an examination of the previous research on syntactic acquisition. In the final section of the chapter, further possible extensions to phonology and semantics are considered. The crucial claim underlying the basic approach to both morphophonology and… CONTINUE READING

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