An Introduction to Psycholinguistics
Psycholinguistics is the experimental study of the psychological processes through which a human subject acquires and implements the system of natural language. This textbook is a concise introduction to adult experimental psycholinguistics by an international authority on the subject. Translated from the original French edition of 1989. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
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The Levels of Analysis
The Perception of Speech
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acoustic acoustic data activity analysis anaphora appears approach artificial intelligence basis Bransford chapter Chomsky Chomskyan Clark cognitive cognitive psychology complexity comprehension conception constitutes constructed context correspond cues deep structure defined deixis discourse distinction effect elements example experimental data fact Finally formal frequently function give rise grammar hypothesis idea identified illocutionary illocutionary act illocutionary force inferences internal lexicon interpretation Johnson-Laird Kintsch knowledge language processing large number lexical access linguistic listener markers Marslen-Wilson meaning mental model modalities Moreover morphemes natural languages nodes noun object observed operations organization particular perception performed perspective phonemes phonological possible pragmatic presented presupposes presupposition problem procedures processor production proposed propositions psycholinguistics question reference relations representation role rules Rumelhart semantic features semantic memory semantic network sentence sequence simple situation speaker speech act speech perception subjects syllable syntactic task theory transformations utterance verb verbal word