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Linguists often tend to assume that cognitive ability is linguistic ability.
This strategy is a particular case of Closure applied to sentences. Restated, it says that when an S node is ‘opened’ in the course of a parse, the first substring interpretable as an S (given some look ahead) will be so interpreted. In general, when a terminal string can be interpreted as an X-phrase, it will be. With Closure established, we can now turn to Fixed Structure. 6 Principle Six (Fixed Structure): When the last immediate constituent of a phrase has been formed, and the phrase E closed, it is costly in terms of perceptual complexity ever to have to go back to reorganize the constituents of that phrase This principle explains the complexity of sentences like (39a,b), as explained above.
Transformations and perceptual routines Having a model of perceptual mechanism, it is now possible to discuss how various transformations and classes of transformations arrange the form of surface structure with respect to optimal perception. That is, one traditional explanation for the existence of transformations in natural language (Chomsky, 1965, chapter 1) is that they serve to arrange perceptually complex deep structures into perceptually simple surface structures. Given the definition of perceptual simplicity adduced above, it will now be possible to examine this claim in detail.