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Lee E Osterhout
LING 347
Seattle Campus

Psychology of Language I

Introduction to the study of language, including language structure, speech perception, language acquisition, psychological processes underlying comprehension and production of language, the relation between brain and language, and the question of the species-specificity of human language. Prerequisite: 2.0 in either PSYCH 209 or either LING 200 or LING 201. Offered: jointly with PSYCH 347.

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Introduction to the study of language, including language structure, speech perception, language acquisition, psychological processes, underlying comprehension and production of language, the relation between brain and language, and the question of the species-specificity of human language. Prerequisite: either L200 or L201, PSYCH 101 or PSYCH 102.

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Last Update by Sojourner Truth
Date: 04/21/2000