Invariance detection within an interactive system: a perceptual gateway to language development.

@article{Gogate2010InvarianceDW,
  title={Invariance detection within an interactive system: a perceptual gateway to language development.},
  author={Lakshmi J. Gogate and George Hollich},
  journal={Psychological review},
  year={2010},
  volume={117 2},
  pages={496-516}
}
In this article, we hypothesize that invariance detection, a general perceptual phenomenon whereby organisms attend to relatively stable patterns or regularities, is an important means by which infants tune in to various aspects of spoken language. In so doing, we synthesize a substantial body of research on detection of regularities across the domains of speech perception, word segmentation, word-referent mapping, and grammar learning. In addition, we outline our framework for how invariance… CONTINUE READING

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