Neo-nativism refers to the idea that much cognitive knowledge, such as object concept, is innate, requiring little in the way of specific experiences to be expressed, and that there are biological constraints, in that the mind/brain is designed to process certain types of information in certain ways. Please see also Neonativism (Structural constraint theory)

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