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A branch of linguistics concerned with the biological basis of language development.



a branch of neuropsychology concerned with the study and restoration of impaired language skills, that is, it studies the psycholinguistic aspects of aphasia. The term “neurolinguistics,” adopted in the USSR by A. R. Luriia’s school, is rarely used in foreign psycholinguistics.


Luriia, A. R. “Problemy i fakty neirolingvistiki.” In Teoriia rechevoi deiatel’nosti. Moscow, 1968.
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provides the scholar and student alike with an excellent resource on the most current research in second-language pedagogy from the now dominant paradigm of neurolinguistics.
In order to study the specificity of development of word structure, we carried out a linguistic comparative analysis of combination of consonants in Russian and Tatar languages [1; 2; 3; 6], which showed that the acquirement of Russian consonants for Tatar-bilinguals of the preschool age causes great difficulties, conditioned by neurolinguistic nature, as the linguistic behavior, in particular, speech production, is executed from center to periphery.
traces the contributions of French scientists and pioneers who discovered what is known about the brain's role in speech and language, for undergraduate and graduate students and professionals and clinicians in psychology, neurolinguistics, communication sciences and disorders, neurology, neurosurgery, neuropsychiatry, nursing and health-related professions, and philosophy of science.
The Neurolinguistics of Bilingualism: An Introduction.
Yet the relatively new interdisciplinary sciences of neurolinguistics and psycholinguistics (both of which borrow knowledge and lines of inquiry from cognitive science, philosophy, semantics, neurobiology, and more) might be of some use in considering what Hicok is doing in his poems.
Moreover, Cognitive Linguistics has broadened its scope and benefits from studies on the brain; Neurolinguistics and Psycholinguistics contribute significantly to knowledge in general and linguistic knowledge in particular, especially with new insights into how it is generated in the brain, how it is acquired or learnt and how it is activated within the neural system.
From monkey-like action recognition to human language: An evolutionary framework for neurolinguistics.
1], where the contraction of-ded, -ted after l, n, r to -d, -t (thus accounting for feel > felt) is also noted; and see also Ingram, Neurolinguistics, pp.
Many disciplines are now housed under the rubric "cognitive science" (neuroscience, cognitive psychology, neurobiology, neurophysiology, neurolinguistics, evolutionary psychology), even though some prominent intellectuals in the field have suggested it would be more appropriately named cognitive sciences, the plural form signifying its interdisciplinary nature.
1] Department of Laboratory Medicine, [2] Division of Genetics, and' Neurolinguistics ClinidBehavioral Neurology in Department of Neurology, Children's Hospital Boston, Boston, MA; [4] Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA.
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