UG and External Systems
Language, Brain and ComputationeBook - 2005
This book explores the interaction of the grammar with the external systems, conceptual-intentional and sensori-motor. The papers in the Language section include configurational analyses of the interface properties of depictives, clitic clusters, imperatives, conditionals, clefts, as well as asymmetries in the structure of syllables and feet. The Brain section discusses questions related to human learning and comprehension of language: the acquisition of compounds, the acquisition of the definite article, the subject/object asymmetry in the comprehension of D-Linked vs. non D-linked questions.
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Philadelphia : John Benjamins Pub. Co., Ă2005
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xviii, 395 pages)