LING 738. Neurolinguistics I. 3 Hours.

We will explore how language is represented and processed in the human brain. This will include a critical survey of the foundations and the newest state-of-the-art research in the cognitive neuroscience of language, focusing on the techniques of functional brain imaging (fMRI, PET, EEG, MEG, and related methods), and research on aphasia and other language disorders. This course will also include a laboratory component providing hands-on experience with brain imaging research on language. Prerequisite: LING 700 or equivalent course. LEC.

Doctor of Philosophy in Linguistics

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...Acquisition Select 1 course 3 LING 735 Psycholinguistics I LING 738 Neurolinguistics I Select 1...

Master of Arts in Linguistics

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...LING 715 Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition LING 735 Psycholinguistics I 3 or LING 738...

Doctor of Philosophy in Psychology

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...737 Psycholinguistics II Linguistics / Neuroscience LING 738 Neurolinguistics I LING 742 Neurolinguistics II SPLH 620...