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Psycholinguistics

Critical Concepts in Psychology

Edited by Gerry Altmann

Introduction by Gerry Altmann

Routledge – 2002 – 3,288 pages

Series: Critical Concepts in Psychology

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    978-0-415-22990-6
    March 27th 2002

Description

These volumes reprint articles from a variety of international journals, book chapters and key technical reports, to take a broad look at how the field has developed from the turn of theTwentieth Century through to the turn of the twenty-first.

Since the 1960s, there has been a boom in research on how the human mind both produces and comprehends language. Psycholinguistics - as a product of this boom - represents a synthesis between linguistics and psychology.

The set covers the following topics:

* Language Acquisition

* The Mental Lexicon

* Sentence Processing

* Discourse and Meaning

* Spoken Language Production

* Reading

* Disorders of Language and Production

* Computational Models of Language Learning and Adult * Language Use

Contents

Volume I:

1. From Sounds to Words

2. Accessing Lexical Representations

Volume II:

1. Adult Reading

2. Sentence Processing

3. Discourse Processing

Volume III:

1. Language Acquisition

2. Acquisition of Reading Skills

Volume IV:

1. Spoken Language Production

2. The Neurobiology of Normal and Disordered Language

Name: Psycholinguistics: Critical Concepts in Psychology (Hardback)Routledge 
Description: Edited by Gerry AltmannIntroduction by Gerry Altmann. These volumes reprint articles from a variety of international journals, book chapters and key technical reports, to take a broad look at how the field has developed from the turn of theTwentieth Century through to the turn of the twenty-first.Since the...
Categories: Language, Psychology of, Welfare