Developmental psycholinguistics teaches us that we need multi-method, not single-method, approaches to the study of linguistic representation

Rowland, Caroline F. and Monaghan, Padraic (2017) Developmental psycholinguistics teaches us that we need multi-method, not single-method, approaches to the study of linguistic representation. Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 40. ISSN 0140-525X

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Abstract

In developmental psycholinguistics, we have, for many years, been generating and testing theories that propose both descriptions of adult representations and explanations of how those representations develop. We have learnt that restricting ourselves to any one methodology yields only incomplete data about the nature of linguistic representations. We argue that we need a multi-method approach to the study of representation.

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Journal Article
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Behavioral and Brain Sciences
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11 Apr 2018 15:40
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