Language as an Information Source

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Language as an Information Source: 4 Levels of Analysis 1. phonology (sounds) 2. syntax (structure) 3. semantics (meaning) 4. pragmatics (use)   Phonology: The Sounds of Language concerned with the sound that results from a specific coordinations of muscle movements  in the face, mouth, and throat phonemes: basic sounds of language categorical perception: all sounds falling within a set of boundaries are perceived as the same, despite 
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Unformatted text preview: physical differences between them debt, deal, dome, dirt phenomic competence: extensive knowledge of the rules of permissible English sound combinations bat vs. abt McGurk effect: Task: Ss saw video of face saying /ga/, but voice was /ba/ Results: Ss reported hearing a syllable 'in between' /da/...
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