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Emergentism, parsimony and the development of process models of language acquisition

  • JULIAN M. PINE (a1)

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In their very balanced critique of emergentist approaches to language, Sabbagh & Gelman focus on two main issues. The first is the question of whether language acquisition can be explained by domain-general learning mechanisms. The second is the question of the degree of specification that emergentist models of language acquisition actually provide.

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Thanks to Fernand Gobet for his comments on an earlier version of this commentary.

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Emergentism, parsimony and the development of process models of language acquisition

  • JULIAN M. PINE (a1)

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