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Echols The University of Texas at Austin The word is a fundamental building block of the sentence. Consequently, infants will have to identify words in the speech stream before they can begin to identify the syntactic structure of sentences. Just as young language learners may use a variety of diﬀerent cues to identify syntactic structure, there are likely to be a number of diﬀerent cues that indicate words in speech. Prosody may provide one source of cues. Two types of potential prosodic cues that may contribute importantly to the segmentation of words from speech are perceptually salient syllables and rhythm.
The old beret on the model is my favorite. Your beret on her is very chic. g. “tar” and “vice” or “prize” and “ray”) from the weak/strong words and then tested on the new passages. This time the infants showed no signiﬁcant preference for the passages containing the weak/strong words which corresponded to the familiarized target syllables. Hence, the change in the distributional properties of the weak syllable following the weak/strong targets in the passages aﬀected the infants’ performance. The fact that matching a familiarized target like “ray” in the new “beret on” passage was no better than matching “king” to “kingdom” in the earlier experiment with strong/weak words suggests that infants may have inferred a word such as “rayon” in the new passage.
Approaches to Bootstrapping: Volume 1 ~ Phonological, Lexical, Syntactic and Neurophysiological Aspects of Early Language Acquisition (Language Acquisition & Language Disorders) by J. Weissenborn, Barbara Hohle