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Overapplication Conversion

  • Author(s): Bakovic, Eric
  • Blumenfeld, Lev
  • Editor(s): Bennett, Ryan
  • Angeles, Andrew
  • Brasoveanu, Adrian
  • Buckley, Dhyana
  • Kalivoda, Nick
  • Kawahara, Shigeto
  • McGuire, Grant
  • Padgett, Jaye
  • et al.
Abstract

This squib sheds light on the relationship between two types of overapplication opacity, counterbleeding and self-destructive feeding, by demonstrating how one can be formally converted into the other. This demonstration further clarifies the relation between self-destructive feeding and cross-derivational feeding interactions, which have also been identified as involving overapplication opacity (Baković, 2007; 2011).

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