Mechanisms Underlying the Capacity for Language Acquisition

The development of the basic capacities that form the foundation of language acquisition in infancy is largely determined by the maturation of linguistic, motor (articulatory or manual), and social mechanisms that undergo developmental changes as a result of exposure to and feedback from particular language environments. Two distinct biologically based mechanisms are considered crucial for language acquisition: a domain-specific language system and a social mechanism that is dedicated to the development of understanding of other minds. Normal development of language depends on the integration of these distinct mechanisms, both of which depend on stimulation from the linguistic and social environment.

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