ERIC Number: ED048580
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1970
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Cognition and the Development of Language.
Hayes, John R., Ed.
The present volume reflects the proceedings of the fourth annual symposium at the Carnegie-Mellon University, which dealt with developmental linguistics in general and with child language acquisition in particular. Contents include an Introduction by John R. Hayes; "Derivational Complexity and Order of Acquisition in Child Speech," by R. Brown and C. Hanlon; "Comments on the Brown and Hanlon Paper," by W. C. Watt; "Discourse Agreement: How Children Answer Questions," by S. Ervin-Tripp; "An Experimental Approach to Children's Linguistic Competence," by C. S. Smith; "On Two Hypotheses Concerning Psycholinguistics," by W. C. Watts; "Experiments on the Segmentation of an Artifical Speech Analogue," J. R. Hayes and H. H. Clark; "On the Acquisition of Some Relational Terms," by M. Donaldson and R. J. Wales; "The Primitive Nature of Children's Relational Concepts," by H. H. Clark; and "The Cognitive Basis for Linguistic Structures," by T. G. Bever. A bibliography and author and subject indexes conclude the volume. (AMM)
Descriptors: Artificial Speech, Child Language, Cognitive Development, Language Acquisition, Linguistic Competence, Linguistic Performance, Linguistic Theory, Psycholinguistics
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Authoring Institution: National Science Foundation, Washington, DC.; Carnegie Corp. of New York, NY.
Note: Proceedings from fourth annual symposium on Developmental Linguistics, Carnegie-Mellon University, Pittsburgh Pa., April 11-12, 1968