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Aphasia from a Neurolinguistic Perspective  

Susan Edwards and Christos Salis

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Aug 2016
Aphasia is an acquired language disorder subsequent to brain damage in the left hemisphere. It is characterized by diminished abilities to produce and understand both spoken and written ... More

Issues in Neurolinguistic Studies of Morphology  

Robert Fiorentino

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Apr 2019
Research in neurolinguistics examines how language is organized and processed in the human brain. The findings from neurolinguistic studies on language can inform our understanding of the ... More

Japanese Psycholinguistics  

Mineharu Nakayama

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Mar 2017
The Japanese psycholinguistics research field is moving rapidly in many different directions as it includes various sub-linguistics fields (e.g., phonetics/phonology, syntax, semantics, ... More

Learning and Using Morphology and Morphosyntax in a Second Language  

Laurie Beth Feldman and Judith F. Kroll

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Nov 2019
We summarize findings from across a range of methods, including behavioral measures of overall processing speed and accuracy, electrophysiological indices that tap into the early time ... More

The Motor Theory of Speech Perception  

D. H. Whalen

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Aug 2019
The Motor Theory of Speech Perception is a proposed explanation of the fundamental relationship between the way speech is produced and the way it is perceived. Associated primarily with the ... More

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