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But What Have You Done for Us Lately?: A Correction

Green, Christopher D. (2002) But What Have You Done for Us Lately?: A Correction. (Unpublished)

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Green & Vervaeke (1997), we wrote that Portuguese is an VSO language. This claims turns out to be incorrect. I present the source of this information and the correct information in this paper. The mistake, however, appears to have little impact on the point we were making at the time.

Commentary on:Green, Christopher D. and Vervaeke, John (1997) But What Have You Done for Us Lately?: Some Recent Perspectives on Linguistic Nativism. [Book Chapter]
Item Type:Other
Keywords:language, innateness, nativism, creoles
Subjects:Psychology > Comparative Psychology
ID Code:2091
Deposited By:Green, Christopher D.
Deposited On:19 Feb 2002
Last Modified:11 Mar 2011 08:54

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Green, C. D. & Vervaeke, J. (1997). But what have you done for us lately?: Some recent perspectives on linguistic nativism. In

D.M. Johnson & C.E. Erneling (Eds.), The future of the cognitive revolution (pp. 149-163). Oxford: Oxford University

Press. (Also on CogPrints).

Muysken, P. (1988). Are creoles a special type of language? In Linguistics: The Cambridge Survey, vol. 2. Edited by

Frederick Newmeyer. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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