neurolinguist


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someone trained in neuroscience and linguistics who studies brain processes during language production and reception

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By means of a hyperbole, we could suggest that Borges was a neurolinguist avant la lettre.
As for me, I now frame myself as a child advocate and part-time neurolinguist.
A HAITIAN NEUROLINGUIST living in France, Jean Metellus is known for novels divided neatly into two groups: novels attempting to describe the Haiti of the late twentieth century, and philosophical novels exploring the relation of the human mind to the brain, especially in respect to language.
Neurolinguists advise us that this is so because of the parallel processing they have been able to observe take place in the brain.
This is echoed by this quote from the groundbreaking neurolinguists Humberto Maturana and Francisco Varela, who co-authored a book in the 1980s called The Tree of Knowledge: The Biological Roots of Human Understanding about the biological and social implications and basis of language, "We have only the world that we bring forth with others, and only love helps us bring it forth.
Twenty-seven international academics contribute 20 chapters to a text incorporating both theoretical and empirical grounds from speech- language pathology, neurolinguists, neuropsychology, education, and clinical psychology to develop evidence-based clinical procedures for monolingual Spanish and bilingual Spanish-English children and adults with communication disorders.
Neurolinguists should take notice of the similarities in paraphasic errors regardless of the modality (speech vs.
The Italian neurolinguists Carlo Semenza and Marina Zettin (1989) note a case of a brain-lesioned patient with total loss of recall for proper names (by which I presume they mean institutional proper names), thus apparently providing psycholinguistic evidence for the validity of a structural category of proper names.