This class was tough.
There was plenty of interesting information, the textbook and course material was straight forward, overlaps to other fields, and has plenty of hands on learning. It was a very different dynamic than your typical lecture. It was not drab and never dragged on longer than it needed to be.
-top/down and bottom/up processing -Stroop effect -garden path sentences -phonological bias technique -L1/L2 language priming -Gonong effect -Picture/word interference -N600 -P400 -Uniqueness point -language genders and the effects on sound -research studies -incorporation of ASL
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Advice for students:
Since this is a dense course and is straight forward, you will feel bombarded with information. Make you read the assigned readings before class and make notes on it. Not only that but actually start to study it. Write down any questions you may have and ask them in class.