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LING 3220 3.0 - Psycholinguistics

LING 3220 3.0 - Psycholinguistics

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AP/LING 3220 3.00


This section of the course approaches the psychology of language from the perspective of linguistics. After a brief introduction to language structure, the main focus of the course will deal with issues concerning the kinds of representations and processes used to produce and comprehend speech; that is, how are words and grammatical structure stored and used? Topics covered include speech perception, word and sentence comprehension, speech production, language and the brain, and language and thought.

FORMAT: Two 90-minute sessions weekly.

PREREQUISITES: AP/LING 1000 6.0 (or AP/LING 2800 3.0 for CogSci students) or HH/PSYC 1010 6.0 with a grade of C or better.