Why do children learn to say “broke”? A model of learning the past tense without feedback. (2002)

Authors

Niels A. TaatgenJohn R. Anderson

Bibliographic Entry

Taatgen, N.A. & Anderson, J.R. (2002). Why do children learn to say "broke"? A model of learning the past tense without feedback. Cognition, 86(2), 123-155.


Year: 2002
Type: article
Status: Published
Category: Language Learning
Why do children learn to say “broke”? A model of learning the past tense without feedback.
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