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- Subject: illustration needed--found
- From: Denis Donovan <dmdonvan@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 20 Jun 2005 14:11:08 -0400
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Title: illustration needed--found
Many thanks to those who were kind enough to send so
references, files or links for a graphic example of the 'spaces
between words.' . However, no sooner did I sent out that request to
the list than I searched (for what I had written about fetal auditory
ability in the Word file of a long book on the cognitive psychology of
meaning that I've been working on for some time) and found Jenny
Saffran's example, below, which I had forgotten I'd stuck in the ms.
It actually illustrates exactly what I had in mind. Others may find it
helpful as well.
Saffran, J. R. (2003). Statistical language
learning: Mechanisms and constraints. Current Directions in
Psychological Science, 12, 110-114.
Denis M. Donovan, M.D., M.Ed., F.A.P.S.
The Children's Center for Developmental Psychiatry
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St. Petersburg, Florida 33710-5483