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|Cognitive Neuroscience of Language 4/4|
David Poeppel (univ. New York)
26 septembre 2006
The lectures will cover the nature of the techniques used to investigate the neural basis of language processing and discuss how these approaches can (and cannot) be used to learn something about language. The focus will be, principally, on deficit-lesion correlation (neuropsychology), magnetoencephalography (MEG), and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI). Examples will be drawn from speech perception (lecture 2), lexical access and representation (lecture 3), and sentence comprehension (lecture 4).
Prerequisites: No specific background required.
References: Further Information will be made available at: Teaching
||David Poeppel (univ. New York)|
Professor of Psychologie ans Neural Science, New York University.