Broca's demotion does not doom universal grammar

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 23 (1):25-25 (2000)
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Despite problems with statistical significance, ancillary hypotheses, and integration into an overall view of cognition, Grodzinsky's demotion of Broca's area to a mechanism for tracking moved constituents is intrinsically plausible and fits a realistic picture of how syntax works.



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