Computational cognitive modeling for syntactic acquisition: Approaches that integrate information from multiple places
Lisa Pearl
December 2022
 

Computational cognitive modeling is a tool we can use to evaluate theories of syntactic acquisition. Here, I review several models implementing theories that integrate information from both linguistic and non-linguistic sources to learn different types of syntactic knowledge. Some of these models additionally consider the impact of factors coming from children’s developing non-linguistic cognition. I discuss some existing child behavioral work that can inspire future model-building, and conclude by considering more specifically how to build better models of syntactic acquisition.
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Reference: lingbuzz/006868
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Published in: Journal of Child Language
keywords: acquisition, syntactic acquisition, computational cognitive modeling, computational modeling, non-linguistic constraints, syntax
previous versions: v1 [October 2022]
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