Syntax and the Brain 1 Syntax and the Brain

@inproceedings{Sprouse2011SyntaxAT,
  title={Syntax and the Brain 1 Syntax and the Brain},
  author={Jon Sprouse},
  year={2011}
}
Marr (1982:19-29) argued that a complete description of any information processing device, including the human brain, will necessarily involve three levels of description: the computational level, the algorithmic level, and the implementational level. The computational level can best be described as an answer to the question “what problem is being solved by the device?” (and to some extent “why does the problem have the form that it does?”). The algorithmic level is a description of the… CONTINUE READING

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