psycholinguistics


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the branch of cognitive psychology that studies the psychological basis of linguistic competence and performance

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Several models of the translation process have been proposed: Bell (1991), building on cognitive science, artificial intelligence, and systemic functional linguistics; Gutt (1991) and Alves (1995), using the framework of relevance theory; Kiraly (1995), drawing on psycholinguistics and sociology; Wilss (1996), building on cognitive psychology; Gile (1995), using an effort model approach to the study of interpreting.
A Psycholinguistic Model of Grammar Learning and Foreign Language Teaching.
Mrs Campbell, who is also on the board of the Welsh Contact Centre Forum, will give insight into the journey towards customer excellence, using industry-leading psycholinguistics and creating a clear career path to drive world class employee engagement.
She also instructs and mentors students, teaching in the areas of normal speech and language development, child language disorders, cognitive communication development and psycholinguistics.
It's "exciting stuff," said Simon Fisher of the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics in the Netherlands, because scientists could combine data on gene activity in the brain with studies that have decoded the entire genetic instruction book of people with various speech disorders to pinpoint how these problems arise.
Bezuidenhout in her contribution tries to defend contextualism by supplying empirical evidence from psycholinguistics and attempts to prove that contextualism can offer a scientific explanation of pragmatic modulation for deriving the actual meanings of propositions.
The researchers drew on evidence in language-related fields from psycholinguistics to cognitive neuroscience.
Alan Palmer's Social Minds in the Novel builds on his earlier book, Fictional Minds, which "used the real-mind discourses of philosophy, psychology, psycholinguistics, and the other cognitive sciences to construct a theoretical framework for the study of characters' minds" (16).
Still out in the cornfields, but peering in, are such players as neuroscience and psycholinguistics.
It is hoped that the novel approach employed here will encourage further research to settle the ongoing theoretical debate within psycholinguistics between supporters of the dual-mechanism and single-system theories of linguistic cognition.
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.
I don't know if this aspect of Turkish has been dealt with in terms of psycholinguistics.
We see the ancestors, the gods, the living and yet unborn are represented widely by poets from Africa, the Caribbean or America, suggesting the long held notion that African survivals are alive and well, not only in the mythology but psycholinguistics as well.
Nijmegen: MPI Series in Psycholinguistics 45 dissertation.
His theory and insights have been used widely, including in such disciplines as psycholinguistics, semiotics, educational psychology, and, of course, media studies.