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LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Oneword, Orangutan, Homo Habilis

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6 Dec 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 28 - the evolution of language. 13 billion years ago: birth of the universe. 4. 5 billion years ago: birth of planet earth. 3. 8 bill
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LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Oneword, Unit, Animal Communication

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6 Dec 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 30 - recap of monday, final review (unit 3) Concept is weakly linked to referent (real or imaginary) The concept/form unit also needs
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LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Triangle Of Reference, Body Plan

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4 Dec 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 29 - from call systems to language; the. This is not very helpful; too recent. People may assume that there was no language before ho
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LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Homo Erectus, Language Death, Phoneme

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27 Nov 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 27 - language change and the evolution of. Why systematic: aspects of language are affected in a methodical way, word order can chang
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LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Alex (Parrot), Sign Language, Orangutan

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15 Nov 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 24 - animal communication: alex the parrot. Alex the parrot: what was he able to do? unique and speci c to particular species. Some p
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LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Karl Von Frisch, Nikolaas Tinbergen, Bee Hives

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13 Nov 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 23 - animal communication (bee dance) in. Karl ritter von frisch: austrian ethologist: bees communicate with each other about food so
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UCONNLING 1010Hendrikus Van Der HulstFall

LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Universal Grammar, Language Change, Habituation

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13 Oct 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 14 - language and mind: the argument from. Linguistic universals + the argument from language acquisition. Last time, we discussed th
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UCONNLING 1010Hendrikus Van Der HulstFall

LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Derek Bickerton, Critical Period Hypothesis, Language Acquisition Device

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22 Oct 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 17 - language acquisition: the arguments of. Then we will go into three arguments of language acquisition: If a critical period exist
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UCONNLING 1010Hendrikus Van Der HulstFall

LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Linguistic Universal, Universal Grammar, Universal Property

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12 Oct 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 13 - language and mind: the argument from. There are 6 arguments we will explore in this unit: Something that appears to be true of e
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UCONNLING 1010Hendrikus Van Der HulstFall

LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Oneword, Orangutan, Homo Habilis

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6 Dec 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 28 - the evolution of language. 13 billion years ago: birth of the universe. 4. 5 billion years ago: birth of planet earth. 3. 8 bill
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UCONNLING 1010Hendrikus Van Der HulstFall

LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Alex (Parrot), Sign Language, Orangutan

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15 Nov 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 24 - animal communication: alex the parrot. Alex the parrot: what was he able to do? unique and speci c to particular species. Some p
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UCONNLING 1010Hendrikus Van Der HulstFall

LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Karl Von Frisch, Nikolaas Tinbergen, Bee Hives

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13 Nov 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 23 - animal communication (bee dance) in. Karl ritter von frisch: austrian ethologist: bees communicate with each other about food so
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LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, Noam Chomsky

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21 Oct 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 1 - the innateness hypothesis. How do people come to know so much on the basis of so little. Units 2 + 3: arguments in support of cho
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UCONNLING 1010Hendrikus Van Der HulstFall

LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Homo Erectus, Language Death, Phoneme

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27 Nov 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 27 - language change and the evolution of. Why systematic: aspects of language are affected in a methodical way, word order can chang
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UCONNLING 1010Hendrikus Van Der HulstFall

LING 1010 Lecture 8: [TYPED] LING 1010 Cornell Notes - With Clear Explanations, Quotes, and Questions from Film

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24 Sep 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 8 (film notes) - the human language. There"s nothing more different from each other than sound and meaning. The language faculty is a
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UCONNLING 1010Hendrikus Van Der HulstFall

LING 1010 Lecture 4: LING 1010 Week 2 Handwritten Cornell Notes - With Vocab, Clear Explanations, Thought-Provoking Questions + Conclusion

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6 Sep 2018
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UCONNLING 1010Hendrikus Van Der HulstFall

LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Noncoding Dna, Epigenome, Heredity

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29 Oct 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 19 - the argument from the genetics. Standpoint gene- units of heredity transferred from parent to offspring. In this lecture, we exp
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UCONNLING 1010Hendrikus Van Der HulstFall

LING 1010 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Oneword, Unit, Animal Communication

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6 Dec 2018
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Ling 1010 lecture 30 - recap of monday, final review (unit 3) Concept is weakly linked to referent (real or imaginary) The concept/form unit also needs
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