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The aims of this course are to develop an awareness of the types of methods used in investigation of language processing; an understanding of current processing models in speech, syntax and the lexicon; an appreciation of the relationship between cognition and language, and between written and spoken language processing; an understanding of the main research specialisms within the area; and the ability to read independently in the research literature.


Students will also be introduced to spoken and visual word recognition, syntax and parsing, language and thought, child language, models of production and comprehension, and language processing in aphasia and dyslexia. Then, the format changes to guided seminar-type discussions of recently published research articles, selected to represent current trends in the field.


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