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PSYC 3377 Psycholinguistics (Fall: 3 )

Course Description

An exploration, from a linguistic perspective, of some classic issues at the interface of language and mind. Topics include the production, perception, and processing of speech; the organization of language in the human brain; the psychological reality of grammatical models; animal communication; the acquisition of language by both children and by adults; and the innateness hypothesis.

Schedule: Biennially

Instructor(s): Margaret Thomas

Prerequisites: Some background in linguistics or psychology recommended.

Corequisites: None

Cross listed with: LING3361


Last Updated: 24-Jun-17