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THE COGNITIVE APPROACH TO THE STUDY OF LANGUAGE
A CONTRASTIVE SURVEY OF CONTEMPORARY
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AB:s speech accounts activation adverbs agrammatic persons agrammatic subjects analyses aphasia aphasic automatically basic-level nouns Bates Broca's aphasia Caramazza cf sec Clark cognitive neuropsychology cognitive systems component concrete nouns Connectionism connectionist connections copulas damage deficit disambiguation discussion disorders Dorze encoding endogenous features endogenous structures entities errors feature-integration functors further sec Goodglass healthy Hinton Huttenlocher hypothesis inflections input interactive interview involvement knowledge structure language processing language system lexical categories lexical items lexical processing lexical selection lexicon linguistic MacWhinney malapropisms McClelland meaning models morphemes morphophonological Nespoulous neurolinguistic Niemi nonpropositional notion observations omissions pattern PDLP perceptual dependence perceptually transparent phonological picture description pragmatic functions present problems pronouns propositional psycholinguistic psychological purely endogenous reference relation represent representations Rumelhart Saffran semantic features semantic information semantic specification semantic structure semantic substitutions semantic-lexical structure sentence fragments severe agrammatism SFUNID Smolensky specific verbs suggest syntactic target task tense types typically utterances verbs Wulfeck