Psychology

PSY 357

PSY 357 - Psychology of Language

Psychology of Language is a discipline that focuses on psychology’s insights into human language. Topics include biological bases of language; human language and other communication systems; lexical, sentence, and discourse processing; speech production and perception; acquisition of spoken and written language; bilingualism; and the relationship between language and thought. Offered spring and fall semesters.

Credits: 3

 

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