Exam 4 Study Guide

G via lectures and via readings will promote encoding

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Unformatted text preview: lecture) • What roles do the left and right hemispheres play, respectively, in the processing of language? Key Experiment: Birhle et al.'s (1986) study on the role of the right hemisphere in humor comprehension • What is aphasia? In what ways are Broca’s and Wernicke’s aphasias different? Key Words: Broca’s aphasia; Wernicke’s aphasia Speech Perception (04/09 lecture) • What factors make speech perception difficult? What mechanisms are available to overcome such difficulties and help us perceive speech sounds accurately? Key Words: phoneme restoration effect; coarticulation; categorical perception; McGurk effect Key Experiment: The voice onset time (VOT) manipulation study illustrating the effects of categorical perception Language Comprehension (04/11 lecture) • Know the procedure and...
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