Psychology of Language (PSY 256.3)

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PSY 256 02 January 2017 Ronald Borowsky
 
PSY 256 04 July 2016
 
PSY 256 02 January 2016

Description

Explores and evaluates theories and research involving the psychology of language. Broadly defined, the topics will include visual and auditory language issues regarding: encoding, representation, comprehension, production, acquisition, biological foundations, dysfunction, and cultural influences. Students will also learn about current research projects, and the preparation of research papers.

Prerequisite(s)

PSY 120.

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