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Fall 2009 research roundup

Jan. 7, 2010
Fall 2009 research roundup

Why do women have sex? Why don't some ants? Is your online personality the real you? What do bats sing about to each other? Who's that new meat-eater shaking up the dinosaur family tree? Do toddlers make their own grammar?

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Learning to Speak: Toddlers Develop Individualized Rules for Grammar, Computer-Based Research Shows

Oct. 5, 2009

Using advanced computer modeling and statistical analysis, a University of Texas at Austin linguistics professor has found that toddlers develop their own individual structures for using language that are very different from what we traditionally think of as grammar.

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