ERIC Number: ED338041
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1990-Jul
Papers and Reports on Child Language Development, Number Twenty-Nine.
Stanford Univ., CA. Dept. of Linguistics.
Papers from the proceedings are: "Cultural Universals in the Acquisition of Language;""The Acquisition of Locative Constructions in Cantonese Children"; "The Acquisition of VOT: Is It Language-Dependent?"; "Flexibility in Semantic Representations: Children's Ability To Switch among Different Interpretations of 'Big' and 'Little'"; "Multifunctional 'Se': Course of Development in Spanish Children"; "Performance Constraints in Early Language: The Case of Subjectless Sentences"; "Object Affectedness and the Acquisition of Novel Verbs"; "Acquiring Proper Names for Familiar and Unfamiliar Animate Objects: Evidence from Two-Year-Olds"; "Early Relations Between Mother Talk and Language Development: Masked and Unmasked"; "Implementations Are Not Conceptualizations: Revising the Verb Learning Model"; "The Acquisition of V Movement"; "Semantic Inferences: The Role of Count/Mass Syntax"; "Distributional Analyses of Parent-Child Conversational Interaction"; "What's Missing in Dutch?"; "Do Young Children Linguistically Encode the Notion of Agent?"; "Crosslinguistic Evidence for the Structure of the Agent Prototype"; "Bootstrapping from Agency: Early Notions of Agency According to Pinker's Semantic Bootstrapping Hypothesis"; and "Semantic Roles and Grammatical Relations." (MSE)
Descriptors: Child Language, Children, Chinese, Concept Formation, Contrastive Linguistics, Cultural Traits, Dutch, Grammar, Interpersonal Communication, Language Acquisition, Language Research, Language Role, Linguistic Theory, Linguistics, Mothers, Parent Child Relationship, Semantics, Spanish, Syntax, Uncommonly Taught Languages, Verbs
Department of Linguistics, Stanford University, Stanford, CA 94305.
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Stanford Univ., CA. Dept. of Linguistics.
Note: Proceedings of the Annual Child Language Research Forum (22nd, Stanford, CA, April 6-8, 1990). For individual papers, see FL 019 703-720.