The Processing and Acquisition of Control Structures by Young Children
Language Processing and Language Acquisition
In order to interpret a sentence involving control, the hearer must identify a referent for the phonetically null element PRO. It is, therefore, of interest to investigate how children acquire this ability.
McDaniel, Dana and Cairns, Helen, "The Processing and Acquisition of Control Structures by Young Children" (1990). Faculty Publications. 11.
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