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LING 1200 Lecture 11: Lecture 11
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Department
Linguistics
Course
LING 1200
Professor
Erin L.Wilkinson
Semester
Spring

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Step 6: Consider Open Questions: − What your study can’t answer − Involves acknowledging the weakness/limitations of your study Step 7: Try to Answer the Open Questions: − Use the weaknesses/limitations of your study to guide further research studies − Get back to the beginning when you get to the end of the process − Science is ongoing − Always more questions that need subsequent research so you start back at the beginning again 2a: The Evolutionary Basis of Thinking and Doing or the Influence on Genes on Thought and Behaviour: Why are you like that? Two possibilities: 1. My parents’ genes made me like that (the nature or Nativist approach) 2. My surroundings made me like that (nurture or Empiricist approach) - Nurture: what is the role of out experience turning us into who we are Nature: − “In the actual race of life, the chief determining factor is heredity” - Edward Thorndike (one of the earliest linguists) − Genes determine what we turn into Nurture: − Everything we become is determined by experiences
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