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  • Diachronic modules are systems that exhibit parametric variation over the course of their development.

    Modularity of Mind

  • Diachronic reduction usually involves the succession of more general theories which reduce less general ones, by showing them to be special cases which neglect some variables, fail to measure coefficients, or set parameters at restricted values.

    Reductionism in Biology

  • Diachronic development from Indo-Aegean to Indo-European 13 October 2008

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • [1] June 11/07 I found an inspiring pdf online called On the Diachronic Development of Negation [pdf].

    Negational particles, negational verbs and negational adverbs

  • Würzberger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaften 23 1999: 15–23; Ruggero Stefanini, “Toward a Diachronic Reconstruction of the Linguistic Map of Ancient Anatolia,” in S.

    The Trojan War

  • Diachronic and Narrative outlooks or personalities, and generalize from their own case with that special, fabulously misplaced confidence that people feel when, considering elements of their own experience that are existentially fundamental for them, they take it that they must also be fundamental for everyone else.

    Mind Hacks

  • Qualitative Data Analysis Iterative stages of a diachronic, developmental, contrastive, case study design Case study of three different readers Diachronic analysis to identify phases of online reading behaviors along a chronological timeline Contrastive case analysis of strategy use Pinpoint developmental aspects of online reading comprehension along a continuum within six phases of online reading

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  • Diachronic versus synchronic approaches vied with endocentric versus exocentric to confound the neophyte.

    VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol III No 2


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