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作者 Farris-Trimble, Ashley W
書名 Perspectives on Phonological Theory and Development : In honor of Daniel A. Dinnsen
出版項 Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 2014
©2014
國際標準書號 9789027270542 (electronic bk.)
9789027253187
book jacket
說明 1 online resource (264 pages)
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computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
系列 Language Acquisition and Language Disorders ; v.56
Language Acquisition and Language Disorders
附註 Perspectives on Phonological Theory and Development -- Editorial page -- Title page -- LCC data -- Table of contents -- Foreword and tabula gratulatoria -- Tabula gratulatoria -- Introduction -- Introduction -- References -- Section 1. Representations and contrast -- References -- Prosodic Licensing and the development of phonological and morphological representations -- Introduction -- Interactions at the segmental/prosodic interface -- Interactions at the morphology/syllable structure interface -- Interactions at the morphology/phrasal interface -- Interactions at the morphology/prosodic word interface -- Discussion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Covert contrast in the acquisition of second language phonology -- Introduction -- Background -- Covert contrast -- Allophonic splits -- Methodology -- Transcriptions -- Acoustic analysis -- Results -- Group results -- Individual results -- Discussion -- Pedagogical implications -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgement -- References -- Appendix -- Target words -- Section 2. Sources of individual differences in phonological acquisition -- References -- Sibling rivalry -- Introduction -- Method -- Participants -- Phonological samples -- Phonological analyses -- Phonological similarity -- Results -- Leo and Simon -- Jane & Lucy -- Rachel & Samuel -- Jennika & Daniel -- Similarity across dyads -- Lucy compared to all children -- Discussion -- References -- Appendix A. Basic Analysis for Leo and Simon -- Appendix B. Basic Analysis for Jane and Lucy -- Appendix C. Basic Analysis for Rachel and Samuel -- Appendix D. Basic Analysis for Jennika and Daniel -- Abstracting phonological generalizations -- Introduction -- Descriptive characterizations of generalization -- Empirical characterizations of generalization -- Methods -- Participants and phonemic inventories -- Treatment stimuli and protocol
Measure of phonological generalization -- Data analysis -- Reliability of coding -- Results -- Trials and accuracy at first generalization -- Differential first generalization -- Trajectory of generalization -- Discussion -- Applied considerations -- Theoretical implications -- Conclusion -- Author note -- References -- Rapid phonological coding and working memory dynamics in children with cochlear implants -- Introduction -- Core findings on speech and language outcomes after cochlear implantation -- Large individual differences in outcome and benefit -- What is a cochlear implant and how does it work? -- Preimplant predictors of speech and language outcomes -- Age of implantation -- Communication mode: "Experience- and activity-dependent learning" -- Product vs. process measures -- Learning and memory processes -- The information processing approach to cognition -- Brain-behavior relations -- Domain-general cognitive factors -- Executive function and cognitive control processes -- Detection and discrimination vs. categorization and classification -- Analysis of "The Stars" - The extraordinary CI users -- Process measures of outcome and benefit -- Verbal short-term and working memory capacity -- Verbal rehearsal speed -- Scanning of information in short-term memory -- Nonword repetition: Phonological decomposition and reassembly -- Executive function, inhibition and cognitive control processes -- Inhibition processes in speech perception -- Cognitive control and self-regulation -- Theoretical and clinical implications -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Section 3. Cross-linguistic approaches to phonological acquisition -- References -- What guides children's acquisition of #sC clusters? -- Introduction -- Participants and procedures -- Correct renditions -- Patterns in reductions -- Conclusions -- References -- Appendix A -- Appendix B
The role of phonological context in children's overt marking of '-s' in two dialects of American English -- Introduction -- Morphophonology -- Variable morpheme marking in child language -- Study 1 -- Introduction -- Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- Study 2 -- Introduction -- Methods -- Results -- Discussion -- General discussion -- Acknowledgments -- References -- German settlement varieties in Kansas -- Introduction -- German settlement varieties in Kansas -- Puzzling developments in the German heritage varieties of Kansas -- Velarization of f -- Nasal assimilation in unusual circumstances -- Morphological reconfiguration of noun case in the definite article -- Semantic transfer: ich gleich die veiss seef 'I like white soap' -- Final remark -- References -- Section 4. Theoretical advances in the field -- References -- The role of onsets in primary and secondary stress patterns -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Onset-sensitivity in stress assignment: Background -- 2.1 Sensitivity to the presence of an onset -- 2.2 Sensitivity to the quality of an onset -- 3. Patterns of primary and secondary stress in onset-sensitive languages -- 3.1 Symmetrical patterns of primary and secondary stress -- 3.2 Asymmetrical patterns of primary and secondary stress -- 4. Discussion: A comparison with child language acquisition -- References -- A faithfulness conspiracy -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Multiple conspiracies in Amahl's grammar -- 2.1 Word-final voiced fricatives -- 2.2 Coda nasal clusters -- 2.3 Onset clusters -- 3. Faithfulness conspiracies -- 4. Other error patterns -- 5. Discussion and conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Superadditivity and limitations on syllable complexity in Bambara words -- 0. Introduction -- 1. Overview of minimization in Colloquial Bambara -- 2. Distribution of complex syllables in Colloquial Bambara
3. Formalizing restrictions on multiple complexities -- 4. Superadditive ordering -- 5. Summary and conclusion -- References -- Author index -- Subject index
This paper explores superadditivity effects in natural language by considering three interrelated phenomena in Colloquial Bambara (CB). The premise of superadditivity is that although marked structures are accommodated in a system, particular structures cannot co-occur in a given domain. This arises because the simultaneous, additive violation of constraints within a domain arguably incurs an additional penalty. Thus, languages may limit the number of phonologically complex structures in a domain. We consider superadditivity in CB, which places strict limitations on the type and distribution of complex syllables within a word. We also discuss these data as they relate to models of phonological acquisition which maintain that outright bans on multiple complex structures do not occur in adult language yet are frequently encountered in developing languages
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Farris-Trimble, Ashley W. Perspectives on Phonological Theory and Development : In honor of Daniel A. Dinnsen Amsterdam : John Benjamins Publishing Company,c2014 9789027253187
主題 Grammar, Comparative and general -- Phonology.;Language acquisition
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Alt Author Barlow, Jessica A
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