Oral and visual language are not processed in like fashion: Constraints on the products of the SOC

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 25 (3):349-350 (2002)
Abstract
The SOC framework does not take into account the fact that the oral modality consists of purely transient data, which is not the case for the other modalities. This, however, has important consequences on the nature of oral and written language, on language consciousness, on child language development, and on the history of linguistics.
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