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Dr. Adriana Bernier
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Lisa Pearl

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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Dr. Adriana Bernier on Saturday September 12, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Psych 156 at University of California - Irvine taught by Lisa Pearl in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 40 views. For similar materials see /class/201839/psych-156-university-of-california-irvine in Cognitive Sciences at University of California - Irvine.

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Date Created: 09/12/15
Psych156N Ling150 Winter 2009 Review Questions Structure 1 Termsconcepts to know Navajo Code Talker Paradox Universal Grammar parameters Greenberg s generalizations variational learning unambiguous data 2 Suppose a child encounters a sentence with the word order Subject Verb Object For example Sarah likes Hoggle Why can t the child be certain about how this word order was produced 3 What did artificial intelligence researchers discover about the relative difficulty of playing chess compared to the relative difficulty of translating language How did they do this 4 How does language learning work under Chomsky s Universal Grammar Do children require input from the native language to learn it Why or why not 5 If there are 3 language structure parameters with 2 values each how many different languages could be represented 6 What kinds of generalizations can be made about the structure of languages which have Subject Verb Object as the basic word order according to Greenberg What about languages which have Subject Object Verb as the basic word order 7 According to Greenberg do languages with the same structural patterns need to have a shared history 8 What is the value of parameters for learning language structure That is why are they useful 9 Which grammar is supposed to be the most successful in variational learning 10 If there are 8 grammars available what probability will a variational learner initially assign each one 11 Which grammars will be able to successfully analyze unambiguous data for a language Why 12 What does the quantity of unambiguous data that a child encounters have to do with when a child learns a particular structural property usually signaled by a parameter value of the language 13 A brief Sigmund von Hacklestein adventure a Sigmund has gathered some Guin data and found that Guin has the following structural properties whfronting verbraising verbsecond subjectdrop and


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