School-Age Children Talk About Chess: Does Knowledge Drive Syntactic Complexity?
- PUTNAMIAN ANTI-ENVATTOR VER. 3.00: NEW FEATURES -- SAME RESULTS. Dagys, Jonas // Problemos / Problems;2010, Vol. 77, p39
The paper is devoted to a discussion and critical evaluation of antisceptical arguments in epistemology that are based on causal theory of reference, with the special focus upon the revised version of the Hilary Putnam's Brain-in-a-Vat argument presented by Olaf MÃ¼ller. MÃ¼ller claims that...
- Introduction. MORTELMANS, Tanja // Cahiers Chronos;2011, Vol. 23, preceding p2
The article discusses various reports published within the issue, including one on the semantics and/or syntax of modal and semi-modal auxiliaries in Germanic and Romance languages, and another on differences in temporal orientation between epistemic past inflected modals in English and Spanish.
- Writing development in four genres from grades three to seven: syntactic complexity and genre differentiation. Beers, Scott F.; Nagy, William E. // Reading & Writing;Feb2011, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p183
Two measures of syntactic complexity, clauses per T-unit and words per clause, were used to examine differences among four genres of text-narrative, descriptive, compare/contrast, and persuasive-written by the same two cohorts (83 students in grades three and five and 96 students in grades five...
- A Study of Performance of Children with History of Ear Infection on Linguistic Profile Test. Shany, Binoy; Subbarao, T. A.; Thushara, M. K. // Language in India;Jan2014, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p61
This article discusses a study which investigated the effects of early otitis media in later school age on syntactic, semantic and pragmatic aspects of language. The study involved children aged seven to ten years from Mangalore, India who were selected through a parent questionnaire. Results of...
- [ SYNTAX ]. Stingl, Sjim // Writer (Kalmbach Publishing Co.);Apr2001, Vol. 114 Issue 4, p10
Discusses the misuse and overuse of several words in sentence construction or syntax. Words that are commonly misused; Semantics and application of listed terms; Opportunities for using certain terms.
- INTRODUCTION: THE NEUROSCIENCE OF READING. Tomitch, Lêda M. B. // Ilha do Desterro: A Journal of English Language, Literatures in ;Jul-Dez2012, Issue 63, p9
An introduction to the journal is presented in which the editor discusses various reports published within the issue, including one on the effect of semantics on syntactic errors, one on lexical decision-making among dyslexic readers, and another on cerebral processing for reading comprehension.
- THE EFFECT OF WRITING STYLE ON TEXT-BASED KNOWLEDGE EXTERNALIZATIONS MADE USING T-MITOCAR. Rauh, Katharina; Pirnay-Dummer, Pablo; Roeder, Anton // Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference on Cognition &;2009, p93
Knowledge assessment is one of the key factors in theoretical research in learning psychology as well as in the practical evaluation of instructional interventions. Therefore, the development and validation of new knowledge assessment tools is of a great relevance. One recent technology is an...
- Singleton Indefinites. Schwarzschild, Roger // Journal of Semantics;Aug2002, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p289
I investigate the possibility that the apparent unique scopeâ€taking abilities of indefinites can be explained in terms of quantifier domain restriction, without departing from the classical view of indefinites as existential quantifiers over individuals whose scope is syntactically...
- BENGÃœTAÅžLARDAKÄ° SÃ–Z DÄ°zÄ°MÄ°NÄ°N ANLAMA KATKISI. Avci, Yusuf; Tüzel, Sait // Turk Dunyasi Arastirmalari;2009, Issue 178, p231
Literary works are monuments which become stable with the life style and conception of the society that constitutes the work at any time and any place in the history of the language. If we regard GÃ¶ktÃ¼rk BengÃ¼tas from this aspect, we can see the way of living, conceptions, cultures,...