psycholinguist


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a person (usually a psychologist but sometimes a linguist) who studies the psychological basis of human language

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In other words, even though I understood what sociolinguists and psycholinguists and others of the sort are concerned with and the ways in which their fields differ; I had not yet adjusted my language to reflect the fact that certain concepts and arguments which to me seemed idiomatic were so politically loaded or nuanced as to be incompatible between disciplines, especially at the level of discourse that I was expected to maintain as an emerging scholar.
The semantically implied irregular inflection effect may not have a major impact on the field of cognitive linguistics because it strays too far from traditional methods of research rooted in the ongoing theoretical debate in psycholinguists described at the beginning of this paper.
While our tendency is to take language literally and not to look for meaning beyond the apparent message, cultural and psycholinguists propose that language conveys much more than the literal message.
The late psycholinguist Hermina deZwart Sinclair, a research colleague of Jean Piaget at the University of Geneva, said, "We should see children as wearing signboards saying 'Under Construction.
The role of psycholinguist skills in reading acquisition: A look at early readers.
Gibbs, a psycholinguist (Poetics of Mind: Figurative Thought, Language, and Understanding, 1994); Daniel Schacter, a neuropsychologist and memory expert, working in collaboration with the literary critic Elaine Scarry (Memory, Brain, and Belief, 2000); and Gilles Fauconnier, a linguist, whose own collaboration with the literary critic Mark Turner (The Way We Think: Conceptual Blending and the Mind's Hidden Complexities, 2002) is one of the three works considered here.
For those of you unfamiliar with his work, Smith is a 75-year-old psycholinguist, currently living in Ontario.
Top marks to designers gvA (which doesn't seem to be properly credited), aka Cape Town-trained architect Gary Venter with Austrian psycholinguist Ingrid Ludwig.
The American psycholinguist James Wertsch has extended the work of Bakhtin and other Russian theorists by developing the concept of "mediated action" (7-8).
Deese, a psycholinguist (1970), views color as one of the most radical differences between cultures.
Deborah Tannen, noted psycholinguist, summarized the differences by explaining that men are more interested in independence and women are more interested in interdependence.
Thus Wallraff, leaning on the Massachusetts Institute of Technology psycholinguist Steven Pinker (not the most unwobbling of pivots), declares that using fun adjectivally, as in "a fun time," indicates that you are under 30.
Elizabeth E, Shriberg is a senior research psycholinguist in the Speech Technology and Research Laboratory at SRI International.
Which is why psycholinguist Stephen Pinkers assertion that genetic inheritance determines everything about us strikes a chord with me.