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Maturation and learning: linguistic knowledge and performance. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Maturation and learning: linguistic knowledge and performance. Recommend this journal. Journal of Linguistics.

A landmark book in the study of the lexicon, with special significance for aquisition theory. The book will be of interest to a broad range of linguists, psycholinguists, and developmental psychologists, as well as people working in other areas of cognitive science and education. Dan I. Slobin, University of California at Berkeley.

Clark, Eve V. and C. J. Sengul 1978, ‘Strategies in the Acquisition .

Fukui, Naoki 1995, Theory of Projection in Syntax, Stanford: CSLI.

She looks at the hypotheses children draw on about possible word meanings, and how they map their meanings onto forms. Starting with children's emerging knowledge of conventional words and meanings, she takes up their growing knowledge of word structure as reflected in their formation of new words.

A landmark book in the study of the lexicon, with special significance for acquisition theory.

It examines the hypotheses children draw on about possible word meanings and how they map their meanings into forms.

by Cambridge University Press (CUP). in Journal of Linguistics. Journal of Linguistics, Volume 31, pp 184-185; doi:10.

Eve V. Clark (born 26 July 1942) is a British-born American linguist. She earned her PhD in Linguistics in 1969, studying with John Lyons at the University of Edinburgh. She is currently the Richard Lyman Professor in the Humanities at Stanford.

Cambridge studies in linguistics. The lexicon in acquisition. Previous: The innate mind: Volume 2: Culture and cognition.

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Cambridge Studies in Linguistics (Paperback). Cambridge University Press.

Eve Clark argues for the centrality of the lexicon in language and language acquisition. She looks at the hypotheses children draw on about possible word meanings, and how they map their meanings onto forms. Starting with children's emerging knowledge of conventional words and meanings, she takes up their growing knowledge of word structure as reflected in their formation of new words. The Lexicon in Acquisition synthesizes Professor Clark's widely respected work in the field, and will interest linguists, psychologists, and cognitive scientists.
The Lexicon in Acquisition (Cambridge Studies in Linguistics) download epub
Words Language & Grammar
Author: Eve V. Clark
ISBN: 0521484642
Category: Reference
Subcategory: Words Language & Grammar
Language: English
Publisher: Cambridge University Press; First Edition edition (March 31, 1995)
Pages: 320 pages