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Semantic verb classes and the retreat from overgeneralization error

Ben Ambridge | 06 June 2013 | Psychology | Presentation/lecture

Ambridge, b. , pine, j. M. & rowland, c. F. (2010). Semantic verb classes and the retreat from overgeneralization error. Paper presented at the boston university conference on language development, november 2010. Boston, ma, usa

How does target duration affect object substitution masking?

Angus Gellatly | 01 January 2011 | Psychology | Journal article

Object substitution masking (osm) is typically studied using a briefly presented search display. The target item may be indicated by a cue/mask that surrounds but does not overlap it. When the mask remains present after offset of the target, reportin ...

Impoliteness : using language to cause offence

Jonathan Culpeper | 01 January 2011 | Linguistics (General) | Book

When his language considered 'impolite'? Is impolite language only used for anti-social purposes? Can impolite language be creative? What is the difference between 'impoliteness' and 'rudeness'? Grounded in naturally occurring language data and drawi ...

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