Phonemes - Phonemes Morphemes...

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Phonemes  in English 45 -some languages 85  Morphemes  can be grouped to form complex ideas  phonemes-->morphemes--> words--->sentences----> story  SENTENCES -sentences have both surface structure and deep structure  PROCESS: 1. thought 2. choose words 3. produce speech  THIS IS TOP--->DOWN PROCESSING  GRAMMAR  NOAM CHOMSKY  (57)-pioneered study of language- he worked out a formula of how  grammar works-tranformational grammar  example semantics- a large striped cat---> tiger  add "ed" to word makes it past tense  and "ing" -currently  IMAGES  -using images allows thinking in a non-verbal way  -a picture worth a thousand words- a graph can explain simply -images allow us to use  concrete forms to represent complex and abstract ideas  CONCEPTS   Imagery The representation in the mind of a sensory experience-visual, auditory, gustatory,motor, olfactory or tactile Concept A label that represents a class or group of objects, people, or events
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This note was uploaded on 12/04/2011 for the course PSY 2012 taught by Professor Scheff during the Fall '08 term at Broward College.

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