|aStatistical learning and language acquisition /|cedited by Patrick Rebuschat, John N. Williams.
|aBoston :|bDe Gruyter Mouton,|cc2012.
|axii, 511 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|aStudies in second and foreign language education,|x2192-0982 ;|v1
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aStatistical-sequential learning in development / Jennifer B. Misyak, Michael H. Goldstein and Morten H. Christiansen -- Bootstrapping language : are infant statisticians up to the job? / Elizabeth K. Johnson -- Sensitivity to statistical information begets learning in early language development / Jessica F. Hay and Jill Lany -- Word segmentation : trading the (new, but poor) concept of statistical computation for the (old, but richer) associative approach / Pierre Perruchet and Bé́nédicte Poulin-Charronnat -- The road to word class acquisition is paved with distributional and sound cues / Michelle Sandoval, Kalim Gonzales and Rebecca Gómez -- Linguistic constraints on statistical learning in early language acquisition / Mohinish Shukla, Judit Gervain, Jacques Mehler and Marina Nespor -- The potential contribution of statistical learning to second language acquisition / Luca Onnis -- Statistical learning and syntax : what can be learned, and what difference does meaning make? / John N. Williams and Patrick Rebuschat -- Statistical construction learning : does a Zipfian problem space ensure robust language learning? / Nick C. Ellis and Matthew Brook O'Donnell -- Can we enhance domain-general learning abilities to improve language function? / Christopher M. Conway, Michelle A. Gremp, Anne de Walk, Althea Bauernschmidt and David B. Pisoni -- Conscious versus unconscious learning of structure / Zoltan Dienes -- How implicit is statistical learning? / Phillip Hamrick and Patrick Rebuschat -- What Bayesian modelling can tell us about statistical learning : what it requires and why it works / Amy Perfors and Daniel J. Navarro -- Evolutionary perspectives on statistical learning / Kenny Smith -- Statistical learning : what can music tell us? / Psyche Loui -- "I let the music speak" : cross-domain application of a cognitive model of musical learning / Geraint A. Wiggins.
|a"This volume brings together contributors from cognitive psychology, theoretical and applied linguistics, as well as computer science, in order to assess the progress and future directions of statistical learning research."--P.  of cover.