In this volume, which simultaneously honors the career contributions of Jean Berko Gleason and provides an overview of a broad and increasingly important research area, a panel of highly productive language researchers share and evaluate methods of eliciting and analyzing language production across the life span and in varying populations. Chapters address a wide variety of historical and evolving approaches to data collection for the study of morphosyntax, the lexicon, and pragmatics, both laboratory-based and naturalistic. Special concerns that arise in the study of atypical child development, aging, and second language acquisition are a focus of the discussion.Thus, a particular task (e.g., recording instructions for an unseen listener on how to assemble a Lego house) and/or task condition (e.g., performing the Lego instructions task after first spending 10 minutes planning what to say and how to say itanbsp;...
|Title||:||Methods for Studying Language Production|
|Author||:||Lise Menn, Nan Bernstein Ratner|
|Publisher||:||Psychology Press - 1999-10-01|