The functional neuroanatomy of inflectional morphology

@inproceedings{UllmanTheFN,
  title={The functional neuroanatomy of inflectional morphology},
  author={Michael T. Ullman}
}
is at best tied with other plural suffixes. Only in proper names do adults prefers as the best plural suffix. All three facts are counter to Clahsen's predictions, but especially the behavior of proper names. Clahsen treats proper names as an arbitrary class, but they are in fact a special meaning-based class in many languages (including English and German, in which they are the only singular count nouns that do not obligatorily take an article: proper noun * the John vs. common noun the john… CONTINUE READING

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