On the Comprehension of Lexical Ambiguity by Young Children: Investigations into the Development of Mental Modularity
The fundamental questions concerning the human language faculty have traditionally been cast as involving at least: (1) the determination of the general nature of that faculty, (2) an understanding of how that faculty develops, and (3) the determination of innate and learned characteristics of that faculty (see, e.g., Chomsky, 1986). These questions, in fact, represent fundamental issues in the study of all domains of cognitive performance, language or otherwise.
KeywordsTarget Word Lexical Decision Lexical Access Ambiguous Word Control Word
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