This paper presents a theoretical model thatattempts to account for the early stages oflanguage acquisition in terms of interactionbetween biological constraints and inputcharacteristics. The model uses theimplications of stochastic representations ofthe sensory input in a volatile and limitedmemory. It is argued that phonologicalstructure is a consequence of limited memoryresources under the pressure of ecologicallyrelevant multi-sensory information.
Reading and Writing – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 17, 2004
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