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This course provides an overview of theoretical perspectives and research issues in psycholinguistics. Topics include theoretical perspectives, language development and acquisition, neurolinguistics, language comprehension and production, and the relationships between language and cognition, social relationships, self-concept, and power. Cross-linguistic comparisons will be made between signed and spoken languages.

Graduate standing in psychology or permission of the instructor.

Program: Psychology

Credit: 3

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