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MINIMIZE PARENTS ’ SIBLING TERMS ; B. DISTINGUISH GRADE . MINIMIZE SIBLING TERMS ; C. MINIMIZE COUSIN TERMS . DISTINGUISH DISTANCE . 2. , Dresher 2009; see also Goodenough 1967 for kinship) derives an inventory from a pre-existing set of binary or privative/unary distinctions, through a successive division algorithm that halts when all terms constitute their own terminal nodes. In this approach, crosslinguistic variation emerges from the order in which features combine, or in which successive divisions are made.

SEX. 05. PATRIKIN. 09. GENERATIONS and MARKEDNESS SCALES. We found significant effects of Generations between contrasts of Grandparents vs. 01. These Generation effects also intermingled with Markedness scales effect. , Grandparents and Parent’s Sibling). GRADE. We did not find significant difference between Relative age, the only Grade constraint (see sect. 1 of the target article) distinguished in Chinese. , DISTANCE, GENERATION, PATRIKIN, SEX and Relative age) indeed showed different behavioral patterns, although they all are distinguished in Chinese kin terms.

First map the primary kin terms to their corresponding genealogical categories: mother ! fmg, father ! ffg, son ! fsg and daughter ! fdg. BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES (2010) 33:5 399 Commentary/Jones: Human kinship, from conceptual structure to grammar Figure 1 (Read). Kin term map for the American kinship terminology based on kin term products with the primary kin terms parent, child and spouse. An arrow indicates the result of taking the kin term product of the kin term at the base of the arrow with the primary kin term represented by that arrow.

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