The universalist view that acquisition of phonology is guided by way of common rules has been the dominant place for decades.  extra lately, another view has introduced into concentration the connection among developmental markedness and language-specific enter frequencies.  With fullyyt unique chapters on non-ambient-like productions by way of often and atypically constructing little ones, and moment language newcomers, Unusual Productions in Phonology delves deeply into those competing factors to teach that styles saw don't uniquely lend themselves to 1 or the opposite explanations.  really, they aspect in the direction of the necessity for either common markedness and statistical enter concerns in any tried explanation.

Containing contributions from major researchers from around the globe, this notable assortment is a must have source for any researcher, practitioner, or complicated scholar focusing on phonology, cognitive psychology, utilized linguistics, and conversation disorders.

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