Class Notes for LINA02H3 at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nasal Vowel, Palau, Linguistic Universal

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24 Aug 2016
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Required reading: o"grady ch. 8 (pdf posted on blackboard) and bring it to the tutorial this week: which tendencies and universals are manifested in th
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mcgurk Effect, Grammaticality, Speech Production

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4 Feb 2016
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Yes it is a good case for critical period. Complications that we should also consider: abuse, question of mental retardation. Maybe she appeared to be
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sociolinguistics, Received Pronunciation, Abstract Window Toolkit

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17 Mar 2016
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Interactions of many complex factors, but overall, language is used to project social identity. Ethnic group + register: use of [a] instead of [o] befo
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Lexical Decision Task, Flower Flower, Batboy

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12 Feb 2016
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Midterm: feb 25th, 2:00 ~ 3:00 in the regular classroom. The mind imposes discrete, abstract categories which don"t exist in the physical world. Gradat
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Linguistic Typology, Mutual Intelligibility, North Germanic Languages

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18 Jan 2016
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There are 6909 languages in the 200 countries of the world. Most languages have fewer than 10 000 speakers, nor do they have the protection of a nation
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Data Set

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28 Jan 2016
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Lina02 lecture 4 poverty of the stimulus critical period. Therese principles and others may help the child learn 5,000 words per year. Mice geese: not
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lesion, Phoneme, Frontal Lobe

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12 Mar 2016
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And of course, the brain is not responsible for any the sensations at all. The correct view is that the seat and source of sensation is the region of t
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Language Acquisition, Data Set, Universal Grammar

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1 Feb 2016
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Lecture 4: poverty of the stimulus; critical period. Whole object principle (gavagai case: assume new words refer to a whole object, not its parts. Thi
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Vocal Tract, Reduplication, Oneword

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26 Jan 2016
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Infants can discriminate any potential linguistic contrast in any human language. After 6 months, babies begin to lose the ability to discriminate betw
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Lexical Decision Task, Psycholinguistics, Spinach

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19 Feb 2016
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The mind imposes discrete, abstract categories which don"t exist in the physical world. Gradations in the phonetic categories are ignored. Spanish: pre
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02 Lecture 3: LINA02 – Lecture 3 – First language Acquisition

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21 Jan 2016
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Lina02 lecture 3 first language acquisition. Midterm date: feb 25th , 2:00 3:30 in the regular classroom. Infants can discriminate any potential lingui
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UTSCLINA02H3Eri TakahashiWinter

LINA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Language Change, Isogloss, Idiolect

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12 Mar 2016
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Individual speaks control different varieties which they can use in different situations. The concept of a standard dialect is false. Mutual intelligib
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