Representações dinâmicas e distribuídas: indícios do português brasileiro adulto e infantil

  • Eleonora Cavalcante Albano

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This paper argues for dynamic distributed representations of phonological units and categories on the basis of analyses of the following sets of Brazilian Portuguese data: phonotactic biases in the adult lexicon, phonotactic biases in a child acquiring the liquid class, and covert phonological distinctions in a group of children diagnosed as phonologically impaired. Together, the three data sets support the emergence of abstract phonological categories from lexical phone frequencies as a result of the interaction between articulatory dynamics and phonotactics. The fact that most phonological information is neither punctual nor local has important implications for language acquisition, a number of which are discussed throughout the paper.
Palavras-chave: léxico, dinâmica, fonologia, aquisição, fonotaxe.

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2007-08-09
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Albano, E. C. (2007). Representações dinâmicas e distribuídas: indícios do português brasileiro adulto e infantil. Letras De Hoje, 42(1). Recuperado de https://revistaseletronicas.pucrs.br/ojs/index.php/fale/article/view/675
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