Much of the information that we, as human beings, make use of is verbal in nature. This course will examine how we cognitively represent and access verbal information when producing and comprehending language. All levels of language will be considered ranging from the smallest sounds up to full discourse within context. Bilingualism as well as the neuropsychology of language and its dysfunction will also be covered, while issues related to verbal development will emerge throughout the course.
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