This handbook chapter begins by introducing a small but representative range of morphophonological data, with an eye to rule-base and constraint-based accounts of phonology and their interactions with morphology. Second it exemplifies some empirical observations about the nature and stages of morphophonological acquisition, tying them to related proposals about how morphophonology is acquired. Finally it discusses the methodologies and results of experimental studies of morphophonological acquisition. [Download paper here](https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-oxford-handbook-of-developmental-linguistics-9780199601264?cc=us&lang=en&)
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