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Introduction to Neurolinguistics

Jonathan R. Brennan  – University of Michican
Course time: Tuesday/Thursday 3:30-5:20 pm
1401 Mason Hall

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This course concentrates on the neural machinery that underly our ability to speak and understand language. Topics discussed include the brain bases of speech perception and reading, lexical processing, syntax, and semantics. We will draw on a range of state-of-the-art functional neuroimaging techniques, as well as the study of neurological and developmental language disorders. Special attention will be given to how models of linguistic computations and representations can inform, and be informed by, our understanding of the brain.