lecture1-language&mind

lecture1-language&mind - LANGUAGE & THE MIND...

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LIGN101 03.07.2011 LIGN101 - INTRO TO THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE
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lign101 03.07.2011 to understand language, the brain must process phonetic, morphological, syntactic, and semantic information very quickly must be successful at the same time
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lign101 03.07.2011 how is this is accomplished? what kinds of processes take place? how is language acquired? what order do processes occur in?
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lign101 03.07.2011 left hemisphere
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lign101 03.07.2011 brain areas 2 main brain areas associated with language Broca’s area linked to producing language Wernicke’s area more closely associated with comprehension BUT THESE ARE NOT THE ONLY AREAS INVOLVED IN LANGUAGE USE
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lign101 03.07.2011 language disorders what can we learn from people who suffer language disorders aphasia : inability to perceive, process, or produce language due to injury Broca’s aphasia : named patients of Paul Broca that were unable to produce words or phrases
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lign101 03.07.2011 language disorders
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