Aspects of the Development of Competence

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like to thank Ted Supalla, my collaborator, for his crucial participation in every aspect of this work; Geoff Coulter, who, along with Ted, made important suggestions that started me thinking about "mimetic depiction;" Jean Mandler and Len Talmy for stimulating discussion; and Carolyn Mervis, Michael Maratsos, and Lila Gleitman for extremely helpful comments on an earlier draft of this chapter.


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