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Research methods in psycholinguistics and the neurobiology of language : a practical guide

Research methods in psycholinguistics and the neurobiology of language : a practical guide

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단행본
개인저자
Groot, A. M. B. de. Hagoort, Peter.
서명 / 저자사항
Research methods in psycholinguistics and the neurobiology of language : a practical guide / edited by Annette M.B. de Groot and Peter Hagoort.
발행사항
Hoboken, NJ :   Wiley Blackwell,   c2018.  
형태사항
xix, 371 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
9781119109846 (hardcover) 9781119109853 (softcover)
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references and index.
일반주제명
Psycholinguistics --Research. Neurolinguistics.
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Intro -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- Notes on Contributors -- Preface -- Chapter 1 Habituation Techniques -- Assumptions and Rationale -- Apparatus -- Nature of the Stimuli -- Methodological Structure -- Pretest -- Habituation -- Test -- Posttest -- Collecting and Analysing Data -- An Exemplary Study -- Problems and Pitfalls/Advantages and Disadvantages -- Key Terms -- References -- Further Reading -- Chapter 2 Visual Preference Techniques -- Introduction -- Development, Assumptions, and Rationale -- The Intermodal Preferential Looking Paradigm (IPLP) -- Overview of Method, Apparatus, and Data Analysis -- An Exemplary IPLP Study -- Variants of the Intermodal Preferential Looking Paradigm -- Interactive Intermodal Preferential Looking Paradigm (IIPLP) -- The Looking-While-Listening Paradigm (LWL) -- Preferential Looking Paradigm Without Language (PLP) -- Headturn Preference Procedure (HPP) -- Overview of Method and Data Analysis -- An Exemplary HPP Study -- Variants of the HPP -- Advantages and Disadvantages of the IPLP and HPP -- Advantages -- Disadvantages -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- Key Terms -- References -- Further Reading -- Chapter 3 Assessing Receptive and Expressive Vocabulary in Child Language -- Introduction -- The Purposes of Studying and Assessing Vocabulary -- What Does it Mean to Know a Word? -- Some Core Issues in Vocabulary Assessment -- Language Sampling -- Assumptions and Rationale -- Apparatus -- Nature of the data/collecting data -- An Exemplary Study -- Problems and Pitfalls -- Assessment of Vocabulary by Parent Report -- Assumptions and Rationale -- Apparatus and Instruments -- Collecting Data -- Nature of the Data/Scoring -- An Exemplary Study -- Challenges and Related Issues -- Direct Assessment -- Assumptions and Rationale -- Apparatus and Instruments -- Collecting Data -- An Exemplary Study -- Problems and Pitfalls/Advantages -- Conclusions -- Key Terms -- References -- Appendix 3.1 -- Instructions for Completing the Language Inventory -- Remember -- Chapter 4 Eye-Movement Tracking During Reading -- Assumptions and Rationale -- Apparatus -- Experimental Paradigms -- Stimuli -- Moving Window (McConkie) Paradigm -- Boundary (Rayner) Paradigm -- Collecting and Analyzing Data -- Data Collection -- Data Reduction -- Inferential Statistics -- An Exemplary Study: The Eye‐Voice Span During Oral Reading -- Coregistration of Eye and Voice -- Identification of Word Boundaries -- An Exemplary LMM Interaction Based on Two Numeric Covariates -- Practical Issues -- Problems and Pitfalls -- Advantages and Disadvantages as Compared with Related Methods -- Key Terms -- References -- Further Reading -- Chapter 5 The Visual World Paradigm -- Introduction -- Assumptions, Logic, and Terminology -- Apparatus -- Common Variations Across Experiments -- Language -- Visual World -- Task -- General Considerations Affecting Design and Interpretation -- Speech and Spoken Language -- Eye Mov.
ements in Natural Tasks -- Nature of Stimuli -- Visual World -- Linguistic Stimuli -- Timing -- Data Collection and Analysis -- Coding -- Visualization -- Statistical Analyses -- Example Study -- Advantages and Common Applications -- Disadvantages, Limitations, and Concerns -- Conclusion -- Acknowledgments -- Key Terms -- References -- Further Reading and Resources -- Chapter 6 Word Priming and Interference Paradigms -- Introduction -- Assumptions and Rationale -- Two Exemplary Studies -- Apparatus -- Designing Priming Experiments -- Modality -- Properties of Primes and Targets and Prime‐Target Combinations -- Stimulus Timing -- Task -- Participants -- Data Analysis -- Evaluation of Word Priming Paradigms -- Key Terms -- References -- Further Reading and Resources -- Chapter 7 Structural Priming -- Introduction -- Assumptions and Rationale -- Apparatus and Test Tools -- Nature of Stimuli and Data -- Prime/target expressions -- Experimental Stimuli -- Types of Data -- Collecting and Analyzing Data -- Structural Priming of Language Comprehension -- Structural Priming of Language Production -- An Exemplary Study -- Problems and Pitfalls -- Acknowledgments -- Key Terms -- Notes -- References -- Further Reading -- Chapter 8 Conversation Analysis -- Introduction -- Historical and Conceptual Background -- Nature of the Data -- Recording and Apparatus -- Transcription -- Collecting and Analyzing Data -- Identify a Candidate Phenomenon -- Build a Collection of Cases -- Recommendation: Start with the Clearest Cases First -- Analyze Each Case in the Collection -- Analyze Variation in the Collection -- Define the Boundaries of the Phenomenon -- Analyze Deviant Cases and Look for Normative Evidence -- Produce a Formal Account of the Phenomenon -- Quantitative Methods in CA -- Advantages and Disadvantages -- CA and Psycholinguistics -- Acknowledgments -- Key Terms -- References -- Further Reading and Resources -- Chapter 9 Virtual Reality -- Assumptions and Rationale -- Apparatus -- Input Devices: Motion-Capture -- Output Devices -- Moving Through the Virtual World -- Integrating Input and Output -- Nature of Stimuli and Data -- Manipulating Parameters of Virtual People -- Manipulating Parameters of the Environment -- Nature of the Data -- Collecting and Analyzing Data -- Exemplary Studies -- Advantages and Disadvantages -- Expanding the Participant Pool -- Emotional Realism -- Reproducibility of Complex Environments -- Pitfalls of iVR -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- Key Terms -- References -- Further reading and resources -- Chapter 10 Studying Psycholinguistics out of the Lab -- Introduction -- Cross-Cultural Field Studies -- Rationale -- What Does It Entail? Best Practice -- Disadvantages and Pitfalls -- Exemplary Studies -- Studies Conducted Online and in Museums -- Rationale -- What Does It Entail? Best Practice -- Disadvantages, Problems, and Pitfalls -- Exemplary Studies -- Conducting Studies in Real‐World Settings -- Rationale -- What Does It Enta.
il? Best Practice -- Disadvantages, Problems, and Pitfalls -- Exemplary Studies -- Conclusions -- Acknowledgments -- Key Terms -- References -- Further Reading and Resources -- Chapter 11 Computational Modeling -- Assumptions and Rationale -- Probabilistic Approach -- Connectionist Approach -- Apparatus and Tools -- Probabilistic Algorithms -- Connectionist Algorithms -- Practical Considerations -- From Task to Implementation: Representation and Analysis -- Nature of Stimulus -- Data Analysis -- Modeling Examples -- The Yu and Ballard Model: An Example of the Probabilistic Approach -- The DevLex-II Model: An Example of the Connectionist Approach -- Challenges and Future Directions -- Key Terms -- References -- Further Reading and Resources -- Chapter 12 Corpus Linguistics -- Introduction -- Assumptions and Rationale -- Apparatus and Tools -- Nature of Stimuli and Data -- Raw Data Versus Derived Data -- Word Frequency Data -- Semantic Vectors -- Collecting the Data -- An Exemplary Application -- Limitations and Opportunities for Validation -- Key Terms -- References -- Further Reading and Resources -- Chapter 13 Electrophysiological Methods -- Assumptions and Rationale -- Apparatus -- Nature of Stimuli and Data -- Collecting and Analyzing Data -- An Exemplary Study -- Advantages and Disadvantages -- Acknowledgment -- Key Terms -- References -- Chapter 14 Hemodynamic Methods: fMRI and fNIRS -- Assumptions and Rationale -- FMRI -- Apparatus, Signal, and Scan Sequence -- Nature of the Stimuli -- Constraints -- Collecting and Analyzing Data -- An Exemplary Study -- Advantages and Disadvantages -- FNIRS -- Apparatus and Signal -- Nature of Stimuli and Data -- Collecting and Analyzing Data -- An Exemplary Study -- Advantages and Disadvantages -- Acknowledgments -- Key Terms -- References -- Further Reading -- Chapter 15 Structural Neuroimaging -- Introduction -- Assumptions and Rationale -- Structural Imaging Methods Based on Conventional MRI -- Diffusion-Weighted Imaging -- Apparatus and Nature of the Data -- Collecting and Analyzing Data -- Diffusion Tensor Imaging -- Advanced Diffusion Models -- Tractography Reconstructions -- Atlasing -- Tract Specific Measurements -- An Exemplary Study -- Advantages and Disadvantages of Diffusion Tractography -- Key Terms -- References -- Further Reading and Resources -- Chapter 16 Lesion Studies -- Introduction -- Rationale and Assumptions -- Patient recruitment, Study Design, Stimuli, and Instruments -- Patient Recruitment and Selection -- Study Design -- Behavioral Stimuli and Response Measures -- Collecting and Analyzing Data -- Behavioral Data Analysis -- Neuroimaging Data Acquisition -- Lesion Reconstructions -- Voxel-Based Lesion Analyses -- An Exemplary Study -- Participants -- Stimuli and Procedures -- Lesion Reconstructions -- VLSM Analysis -- Results: VLSM Correlates of Auditory Word Recognition -- VLSM Analysis Summary -- Advantages, Disadvantages, and Alternative Methods -- Acknowledgments -- Key Terms.

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