Articles by Author: Nigel J Crowther

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  1. Chomsky’s theory of language acquisition

    Chomsky’s theory of language acquisition

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Linguistics
    Noam Chomsky se bespiegelinge oor taalverwerwing is sogenaamd 'n bydrae tot die bestudering van die psigo-biologiese grondslae van taal. Sy bespiegelinge berus op die gedagte dat 'n verklaring gegee word hoe die kind, ten spyte van die ontoereikendheid van die...
  2. The paradox of the phone

    The paradox of the phone

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: South African Journal of Linguistics
    Dit is 'n vasgestelde feit dat spraak nie uit diskrete segmentele eenhede bestaan nie, soos uit aie bevindinge van die eksperimentele fonetiek blyk. Dat fonetici en fonoloe dit nogtans moeilik vind om aj te sien van die foon as 'n...
  3. REVIEW

    REVIEW

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
  4. COMPARING LARGE-SCALE COSMOLOGICAL DENSITY FLUCTUATIONS

    COMPARING LARGE-SCALE COSMOLOGICAL DENSITY FLUCTUATIONS

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Quaestiones Mathematicae
    Two methods for looking at cosmological density on large scales are briefly described. The first takes galaxies observed in infrared, by the IRAS satellite. The second method, called POTENT by its inventors (Dekel and Bertschinger), uses the observed peculiar motions...
  5. Variability in foraging behaviour and prey of the Common Fiscal Shrike, <em>Lanius collaris,</em> along an altitudi

    Variability in foraging behaviour and prey of the Common Fiscal Shrike, <em>Lanius collaris,</em> along an altitudi

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Ostrich: Journal of African Ornithology
    Aspects of the foraging behaviour along an altitudinal gradient of four subpopulations (Durban, Merrivale, Estcourt and Harrismith) of colour-banded Common Fiscals (Lanius collaris) were analysed in summer and winter in South Africa. The shrike subpopulations showed significant differences in their...