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    This is a really good introduction to psycholinguistics language acuisition speech production comprehension It provides a s

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    this books is a great introduction to the psychology of language the age old nurture versus nature controversy is outlined Is language a skill which humans learn such as knitting? Or is it natural phenomenon such as walking or sexual activity? Skinner’s 1957 attempt to explain language as similar to the bar pressing antics of rats was a di

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    More in depth than what I had expected which makes it even fascinating Starting with defining and describing grammar the author goes on to discuss what language in animals can teach us heading then straight into how children acuire speech an

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    I purchased this on my kindle so I didn't realise it was a textbook at the time It felt like reading a popular s

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    I read this years ago as a text for my Linguistics major at university It was fascinating and by far my favourite area of t

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    A must read for every psychology enthusiast This is designed as an introductory exercise into psycholinguistics

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    Fascinating textbook on speech understanding and development I would recommend this to people interested in having children as it provides excellent insight into mental development in babies

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    A very brilliant introduction to psycholinguistics It doesn't make me confused It makes me even curious

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    Interesting book on Psycholinguistics and a classic book as well in this field but some of the concepts therein are old or have been greatly elaborated For example the 'fact' that raising bilingual children results in them being able to fluently use both languages eually has now been proven wrong; the children may understand both languages but they can speak only one of them ie the majority one see 'Language policy in the family'

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    very good

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read ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Å Jean Aitchison

Reuiring no prior knowledge of Mammal An PDFEPUB #230 the subject this text tackles basic uestions central to the study of psycholinguistics such as whether language is restricted to humans whether there is biological evidence for innate language activity how c. More in depth than what I had expected which makes it even fascinating Starting with defining and describing grammar the author goes on to discuss what language in animals can teach us heading then straight into how children acuire speech and finally rounding it all up with a journey into neurosciences Talking animals children s language development brain science It all revolves around Chomsky s ideas displaying not only his but some of his detractors as well in a very articulate and engaging way Here s an excellent introduction to psycholinguistics

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The Articulate Mammal An Introduction to Psycholinguistics

Hildren learn language and how we understand plan and produce language The author investigates these issues with regard to animal communication child language and the language The Articulate MOBI #224 of adults and provides references and suggestions for furthe. A must read for every psychology enthusiast This is designed as an introductory exercise into psycholinguistics deals with language parenting scientific thinking Obviously it isn t a swift read but would leave you an insightful person So much for dinner table conversations

read ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Å Jean Aitchison

R readingThe book has been substantially revised in particular taking account of the considerable changes in Chomsky's recent ideas As a result the chapters on grammatical innateness child language acuisition and speech comprehension have been largely rewritten. A very brilliant introduction to psycholinguistics It doesn t make me confused It makes me even curious