Do we have innate knowledge about phonological markedness? Comments on Berent, Steriade, Lennertz, and Vaknin.

Abstract

In their article ‘What we know about what we have never heard: Evidence from perceptual illusions’, Berent, Steriade, Lennertz, and Vaknin (2007) address the question of whether listeners have innate knowledge of phonological markedness. Focusing on sonority and syllable structure, they answer this question positively. SpeciWcally, they argue that English… (More)

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@article{Peperkamp2007DoWH, title={Do we have innate knowledge about phonological markedness? Comments on Berent, Steriade, Lennertz, and Vaknin.}, author={Sharon Peperkamp}, journal={Cognition}, year={2007}, volume={104 3}, pages={631-7; discussion 638-43} }