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An essential handbook for professionals and advanced students in the field. Volume 1 contains comprehensive studies on the acquisition of 15 different languages (from ASL to Samoan) -- written by top researchers on each topic. Volume 2 concentrates on theoretical issues, emphasizing current linguistic and psycholinguistic research. Unique in its approach toward individual languages and in its comparative perspective, this book is a hallmark of a rapidly growing area of interdisciplinary, international research.
|Volume 1: the Data||p. vi|
|Format and Abbreviations for Glosses*||p. vii|
|Cognitive Prerequisites: the Evidence from Children Learning English||p. 961|
|Function, Structure, and Language Acquisition||p. 1005|
|Language Segmentation: Operating Principles for the Perception and Analysis of Language||p. 1029|
|Appendix: Condensed List of Ops||p. 1065|
|Hungarian Language Acquisition as an Exemplification of a General Model of Grammatical Development||p. 1069|
|Crosslinguistic Evidence for the Language-Making Capacity||p. 1157|
|Appendix: Operating Principles for the Construction of Language||p. 1251|
|What Shapes Children's Grammars?||p. 1257|
|Subject Index||p. 1321|
|Author Index||p. 1327|
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Number Of Pages: 972
Published: 1st August 1986
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.9 x 5.72
Weight (kg): 1.47
Edition Number: 1