PSY374H5 • Psycholinguistics

Description

Language is a key element in our social interactions, our ability to share information, and aspects of human culture. In this course you will engage in an advanced exploration of the cognitive machinery underlying language. Key themes include similarities and differences between spoken, signed, and written language, comprehension and production processes, monolinguals and multilinguals, and brain areas supporting language. Practical activities address experimental methodology and data analysis.


Prerequisites
PSY201H5 (or equivalent) and ( PSY270H5 or PSY274H5 or PSY315H5 or PSY384H5 or LIN101H5 or LIN102H5 or LIN200H5)
Distribution Requirement
Science
Total Instructional Hours
36L
Mode of Delivery
In Class
Program Area
Psychology