Virtually every task we can conceive of requires both stored knowledge and the ability to apply it, and semantic processing is no different. Ideally, we would want a system that initially has only a bare minimum of proleptic knowledge and acquires its stored knowledge on the go. As a first step toward this goal, in this chapter we will study the mature knowledge system that is acquired by normally developing humans by the age of fourteen.
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