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Learnability and cognition : the acquisition of argument structure

Learnability and cognition : the acquisition of argument structure (27회 대출)

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단행본
개인저자
Pinker, Steven, 1954-
서명 / 저자사항
Learnability and cognition : the acquisition of argument structure / Steven Pinker.
발행사항
Cambridge, Mass. :   MIT Press,   c1989.  
형태사항
xiv, 411 p. ; 24 cm.
총서사항
Learning, development, and conceptual change
ISBN
0262161117
일반주기
Includes index  
서지주기
Bibliography: p. 375-391
일반주제명
Language acquisition. Grammar, Comparative and general. Semantics. Learning ability. Child psychology.
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CONTENTS
Series Foreword = xi
Acknowledgments = xiii
Chapter 1 A Learnability Paradox = 1
 1.1 Argument Structure and the Lexicon = 3
 1.2 The Logical Problem of Language Acquisition = 5
 1.3 Baker's Paradox = 7
 1.4 Attempted Solutions to Baker's Paradox = 8
Chapter 2 Constraints on Lexical Rules = 45
 2.1 Morphological and Phonological Constraints = 45
 2.2 Semantic Constraints = 47
 2.3 How Semantic and Morphological Constraints Might Resolve Baker's Paradox = 51
 2.4 Evidence for Criteria-Governed Productivity = 52
 2.5 Problems for the Criteria-Governed Productivity Theory = 56
Chapter 3 Constraints and the Nature of Argument Structure = 62
 3.1 Overview: Why Lexical Rules Carry Semantic Constraints = 62
 3.2 Constraints on Lexical Rules as Manifestations of More General Phenomena = 65
 3.3 A Theory of Argument Structure = 70
 3.4 On Universality = 94
Chapter 4 Possible and Actual Forms = 98
 4.1 The Problem of Negative Exceptions = 98
 4.2 Transitive Action Verbs as Evidence for Narrow Subclasses = 104
 4.3 The Nature of Narrow Conflation Classes = 106
 4.4 Defining and Motivating Subclasses of Verbs Licensing the Four Alternations = 110
 4.5 The Relation Between Narrow-Range and Broad-Range Rules = 152
Chapter 5 Representation = 165
 5.1 The Need for a Theory of Lexico-semantic Representation = 166
 5.2 Is a Theory of Lexical Semantics Feasible? = 167
 5.3 Evidence for a Semantic Subsystem Underlying Verb Meanings = 169
 5.4 A Cross-linguistic Inventory of Components of Verb Meaning = 172
 5.5 A Theory of the Representation of Grammatically Relevant Semantic Structures = 176
 5.6 Explicit Representations of Lexical Rules and Lexicosemantic Structures = 209
 5.7 Summary = 245
Chapter 6 Learning = 247
 6.1 Linking Rules = 248
 6.2 Lexical Semantic Structures = 253
 6.3 Broad Conflation Classes (The-matic Cores) and Broad-Range Lexical Rules = 265
 6.4 Narrow Conflation Classes and Narrow-Range Lexical Rules = 269
 6.5 Summary of Learning Mechanisms = 281
Chapter 7 Development = 282
 7.1 Developmental Sequence for Argument Structure Alternations = 283
 7.2 The Unlearning Problem = 290
 7.3 Children's Argument Structure Changing Rules Are Always Semantically Conditioned = 295
 7.4 Do Children's Errors Have the Same Cause as Adults'? = 317
 7.5 Acquisition of Verb Meaning and Errors in Argument Structure = 325
 7.6 Some Predictions About the Acquisition of Narrow-Range Rules = 347
 7.7 Summary of Development = 350
Chapter 8 Conclusions = 352
 8.1 A Brief Summary of the Resolution of the Paradox = 352
 8.2 Argument Structure as a Pointer Between Syntactic Structure and Propositions = 353
 8.3 The Autonomy of Semantic Representation = 356
 8.4 Implications for the Semantic Bootstrapping Hypothesis = 360
 8.5 Conservatism, Listedness, and the Lexicon = 364
 8.6 Spatial Schemas and Abstract Thought = 370
References = 375
Notes = 392
Index = 404


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