LIN288H5 • Introduction to Psycholinguistics and Language Acquisition

Description
This course is a general introduction to psycholinguistics and language acquisition. It covers topics such as the neurobiological basis of language, the mental lexicon, memory, speech production/perception, sentence comprehension, and first/second language acquisition and bilingualism. The course includes a tutorial introducing students to the methods and tools used for quantitative research in psycholinguistics and language acquisition. Suggested companion course: FRE355H5. Formerly LIN258H5.
Prerequisites
Exclusions
PSY374H5 or PLIC55H3 or JLP374H1 or LIN258H5
Distribution Requirement
Humanities
Total Instructional Hours
24L/12T
Program Area
Linguistics