Lenguas naturales, sistemas cognitivos humanos y los límites del cerebro lingüístico


  • Olga Ivanova Universidad de Salamanca




categorías gramaticales, naturaleza discreta, tipología lingüística, costes de procesamiento, procesos adaptativos


Respuesta final de Ivanova dentro del debate.


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How to Cite

Ivanova, O. (2024). Lenguas naturales, sistemas cognitivos humanos y los límites del cerebro lingüístico. Borealis – An International Journal of Hispanic Linguistics, 13(1), xxxvii-xl. https://doi.org/10.7557/



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