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Twenty-first century psycholinguistics : four cornerstones

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Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Cutler, Anne.
Title Statement
Twenty-first century psycholinguistics : four cornerstones / edited by Anne Cutler.
Publication, Distribution, etc
New York :   Psychology Press,   2013.  
Physical Medium
vii, 412 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
ISBN
9780415652940
General Note
Reprint. Originally published: Mahwah, N.J. : Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2005.  
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Psycholinguistics -- History.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Contents: A. Cutler, W. Klein, S.C. Levinson, The Cornerstones of Twenty-First Century Psycholinguistics. Part I: Psychology and Linguistics. J.E. Boland, Cognitive Mechanisms and Syntactic Theory. P. Fikkert, Getting Sound Structures in Mind: Acquisition Bridging Linguistics and Psychology? M. Haverkort, Linguistic Representation and Language Use in Aphasia. R.H. Baayen, Data Mining at the Intersection of Psychology and Linguistics. M.J. Pickering, S. Garrod, Establishing and Using Routines During Dialogue: Implications for Psychology and Linguistics. D. Poeppel, D. Embick, Defining the Relation Between Linguistics and Neuroscience. Part II: Biology and Behavior. K. Stromswold, Genetic Specificity of Linguistic Heritability. S.K. Scott, The Neurobiology of Speech Perception. P. Hagoort, Broca's Complex as the Unification Space for Language. S.L. Thompson-Schill, Dissecting the Language Organ: A New Look at the Role of Broca's Area in Language Processing. G. Morgan, Biology and Behavior: Insights From the Acquisition of Sign Language. Part III: Production and Comprehension. G. Vigliocco, R.J. Hartsuiker, Maximal Input and Feedback in Production and Comprehension. J.M. McQueen, Spoken-Word Recognition and Production: Regular but not Inseparable Bedfellows. N.O. Schiller, Verbal Self-Monitoring. F. Ferreira, B. Swets, The Production and Comprehension of Resumptive Pronouns in Relative Clause "Island" Contexts. N. Sebastián-Gallés, C. Baus, On the Relationship Between Perception and Production in L2 Categories. K. Emmorey, Signing for Viewing: Some Relations Between the Production and Comprehension of Sign Language. Part IV: Model and Experiment. A. Roelofs, From Popper to Lakatos: A Case for Cumulative Computational Modeling. D. Norris, How Do Computational Models Help Us Develop Better Theories? M.A. Pitt, D.J. Navarro, Tools for Learning About Computational Models. M.W. Crocker, Rational Models of Comprehension: Addressing the Performance Paradox. W.T. Fitch, Computation and Cognition: Four Distinctions and Their Implications.


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