Bigger data about smaller people: Studying children’s language learning
How do children acquire a language? Michael C. Frank discusses the initial steps toward answering this question, which requires data collecting that addresses the systematicity and ubiquity of language learning, and variability of learning trajectories across children.
This talk is part of a series organized by UBC Language Sciences which showcases outstanding researchers in the language sciences from around the world.
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