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Psychology of Language

Theory and Applications

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The Psychology of Language delivers a broad coverage of topics in psychology, cognition and linguistics, using the most up-to-date examples of research, theoretical perspectives and examples of languages spoken around the...

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The Psychology of Language delivers a broad coverage of topics in psychology, cognition and linguistics, using the most up-to-date examples of research, theoretical perspectives and examples of languages spoken around the world, to provide the reader with an introductory text to the field of psycholinguistics. 



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Lively and accessible introduction to an oftenmisunderstood area, written specifically for undergraduates studying psychology, linguistics, and courses on the English language

'Language spotlights' focus on languages not normally encountered in other textbooks

'Research DIY' boxes show students how to collect, analyse and interpret data, making them perfect for classroom use or independent project research

1. The nature of language
2. Language versus non-human communication
3. Cognitive aspects of language processing
4. Visual word perception
5. Speech perception
6. Sentence processing
7. Discourse processing
8. Speech production
9. Conversation
10. Language development
11. Neural basis of language
12. Reading and reading development across languages
13. Signed languages: acquisition, production and comprehension
14. Multilingualism
15. Language disorders.
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