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(1973). Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. I, 1972: Early Judgments of Semantic and Syntactic Acceptability by Children. Peter A. deVilliers and Jill G. deVilliers. Pp. 299-310.. Psychoanal Q., 42:317-317.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. I, 1972: Early Judgments of Semantic and Syntactic Acceptability by Children. Peter A. deVilliers and Jill G. deVilliers. Pp. 299-310.

(1973). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 42:317-317

Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. I, 1972: Early Judgments of Semantic and Syntactic Acceptability by Children. Peter A. deVilliers and Jill G. deVilliers. Pp. 299-310.

Transformational linguists take as their primary data the acceptability and the grammaticality of sentences. This study shows that two and three year olds are better at correcting semantically anomalous than syntactically anomalous sentences. The importance of semantic as opposed to syntactic factors in children's judgments of the acceptability of sentences is stressed.

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(1973). Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. I, 1972. Psychoanal. Q., 42:317-317

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