How children make language out of gesture: morphological structure in gesture systems developed by American and Chinese deaf children.
Cognitive Psychology, no. 2 (2007): 87-135
When children learn language, they apply their language-learning skills to the linguistic input they receive. But what happens if children are not exposed to input from a conventional language? Do they engage their language-learning skills nonetheless, applying them to whatever unconventional input they have? We address this question by e...更多
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