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There is a controversy about the structure and meaning of correlative clauses. According to the dominant view, correlatives are essentially (free) relative clauses attached in a non-canonical left-peripheral position. A competing view holds that correlatives are akin to conditional antecedents. Since conditionals are known to be acquired earlier th...
We investigate the acquisition of different functions of wh-words in Czech (Slavic) - a language where wh-words are highly multifunctional. Our working hypothesis is that the acquisition proceeds in accordance with the growth of the syntactic tree (aka the growing trees hypothesis; Friedman et al. 2021), which in turn is matched by the growth of th...
Purpose This study examined two markers of language impairment (LI) in a single experiment, testing sentence imitation and grammatical morphology production using an imitation task with masked morphemes. One goal was to test predictions of the morphological richness account of LI in Czech. We also tested the independent contributions of language an...
Intersubjectivity in parent-child play. The present study applies the theory of intersubjectivity to language and cognitive development in children, particularly their involvement in joint activities which rely heavily on the intersubjective coordination of mental states (e.g. shared goals, intentions and beliefs about the world) and corresponding...