Why Some Spatial Semantic Categories Are Harder to Learn than Others The Typological Prevalence Hypothesis 1 DEDRE GENTNER

@inproceedings{Bowerman2009WhySS,
  title={Why Some Spatial Semantic Categories Are Harder to Learn than Others The Typological Prevalence Hypothesis 1 DEDRE GENTNER},
  author={Melissa Bowerman},
  year={2009}
}
F or me (Dedre) Dan has been a protean figure. 1 first met him when I was a graduate student at the University of California, San Diego and he was a young professor at Berkeley. He was brilliant, charismatic, and compelling, yet at times engagingly shy. We stayed connected through a circle of friends centered in Nijmegen and the Bay Area, a group united by a passion for psychoIogically juicy theories of language acquisition and for crosslinguistic approaches-both signature positions of Dan's… CONTINUE READING

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