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Title: Late acquisition of reflexive and reciprocal pronouns: a pilot study
Authors: Patterson, Josephine
Keywords: Linguistics;Language acquisition;English language--Reflexives;Syntax
Issue Date: Jun-1983
Publisher: University of Calgary
Citation: Patterson, J. (1983). Late acquisition of reflexive and reciprocal pronouns: a pilot study. Calgary Working Papers in Linguistics, 9(Summer), 63-74.
Abstract: Certain aspects of the acquisition of the adult system of anaphora have recently been debated by psycholinguists. One of these aspects is the child's acquisition of reflexives and reciprocals. Two linguists, Solan (1978) and Matthei (1978), have conducted research on children's understanding of the Specified Subject Condition (SSC), a restriction on bound anaphora considered by some syntacticians to represent the adult grammar of reflexives and reciprocals.
ISSN: 2371-2643
Appears in Collections:Volume 9, Summer 1983

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