Neurobiology and linguistics are not yet unifiable

Behavioral and Brain Sciences 19 (4):642-643 (1996)
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Abstract

Neurobiological models of language need a level of analysis that can account for the typical range of language phenomena. Because linguistically motivated models have been successful in explaining numerous language properties, it is premature to dismiss them as biologically irrelevant. Models attempting to unify neurobiology and linguistics need to be sensitive to both sources of evidence.

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