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FRS 130, Language and cognition, Spring 2008 Textbook for background reading : Burling, Robbins. 1992. Patterns of language: structure, variation, change . Selected chapters. [in a reading packet available from Pequod] Additional required reading [available on e-reserves] : Berko, Jean. 1958. “The child’s learning of English morphology.” Word 14, 150-177. Chafe, Wallace. 1998. “Language and the flow of thought.” In M. Tomasello (ed.), The New Psychology of Language , 93-111. Lawrence Erlbaum associates. Chomsky, Noam. 2000. The architecture of language – the Delhi lecture , 1-38. Oxford University Press. Colapinto, John. 2007. “The Interpreter: has a remote Amazonian tribe upended our understanding of language?” The New Yorker , April 16. Fillmore, Charles J. 1982. "Frame Semantics." In The Linguistic Society of Korea (ed.), Linguistics in the Morning Calm : 111-137. Seoul: Hanshin Publishing Company. Kay, Paul, B. Berlin, L. Maffi & W. Merrifield. 1997. “Color naming across languages.” In C.L. Hardin & L. Maffi (eds.), Color categories in thought and language . Cambridge. Kuhl, Patricia K. (2004). Early language acquisition: cracking the speech code. Nature Reviews 5, 831-843. Lakoff, George. 1986. “Classifiers as a reflection of mind.” In Colette Craig (ed.),
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