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Guillermo Lorenzo
Universidad de Oviedo
España
Biografía
Elena Vares
Escuelas Universitarias Gimbernat-Cantabria
España
Biografía
Vol. 46 (2019), Artículos, Páginas 371-401
DOI: https://doi.org/10.15304/verba.46.5405
Recibido: 08-08-2018 Aceptado: 20-11-2018 Publicado: 09-09-2019
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Este trabajo se plantea la cuestión de si las formas de lenguaje a que dan lugar los trastornos del desarrollo son continuas en relación con las formas propias del desarrollo típico. Se sugiere, en concreto, la adopción de una perspectiva que, paralelamente a la teoría generativa contemporánea, va “más allá” del criterio de adecuación explicativa y aborda el caso desde la perspectiva del llamado “problema de diseño”. El planteamiento implica preguntarse si el lenguaje desarrollado atípicamente obedece al tipo de criterios de optimización de diseño que hacen del lenguaje, técnicamente hablando, un objeto “cuasi” perfecto. El trabajo se basa en el análisis de una muestra de español de niños con TEL obtenida experimentalmente, que nos lleva a concluir que, en efecto, en las gramáticas subyacentes prevalecen los efectos de optimización (o “tercer factor”) sobre los principios gramaticales específicos de dominio.

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