1. Julia Uddén, Martin Ingvar, Peter Hagoort & Karl M. Petersson (2012). Implicit Acquisition of Grammars With Crossed and Nested Non-Adjacent Dependencies: Investigating the Push-Down Stack Model. Cognitive Science 36 (6):1078-1101.
    A recent hypothesis in empirical brain research on language is that the fundamental difference between animal and human communication systems is captured by the distinction between finite-state and more complex phrase-structure grammars, such as context-free and context-sensitive grammars. However, the relevance of this distinction for the study of language as a neurobiological system has been questioned and it has been suggested that a more relevant and partly analogous distinction is that between non-adjacent and adjacent dependencies. Online memory resources are central (...)
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  2. Martin Ingvar (2004). All in the Interest of Time: On the Problem of Speed and Cognition. In Christina E. Erneling (ed.), The Mind as a Scientific Object: Between Brain and Culture. Oxford University Press. 251.
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  3. Karl Magnus Petersson, Christian Forkstam & Martin Ingvar (2004). Artificial Syntactic Violations Activate Broca's Region. Cognitive Science 28 (3):383-407.
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