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ERIC Number: EJ129914
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Publication Date: 1975
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An Experimental Investigation of a Putative Linguistic Universal: Marking and the Indirect Object
Cromer, Richard F.
Journal of Experimental Child Psychology, 20, 1, 73-80, Aug 75
Two experiments investigated how children (aged 6-8) acquire knowledge of the direct and the indirect object in terms of linguistic marking. The experiments were designed to test the proposition that children should expect a marked linguistic form to be the indirect object. (GO)
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