Psycholinguistics - UiL OTS
Faculty of Humanities
19 August 2019
23 August 2019
Utrecht, The Netherlands
This elementary to intermediate level course will provide the student with a basic knowledge of
psycholinguistics, a research domain on the intersection of linguistics, psychology and neuroscience. Three major research topics in psycholinguistics will be presented: language comprehension, language production and (first) language acquisition. In addition, we will discuss language disorders, both acquired (aphasia) and innate (developmental language disorder; dyslexia).
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This course focuses on the psycholinguistic endeavour of mapping out the learning and cognitive mechanisms that allow humans to pick up patterns and regularities in linguistic input, and that might thus support the process of language acquisition. We will focus on: (i) recognizing words and understanding sentences; (ii) producing spoken language; (iii) brain damage and aphasia; (iv) language acquisition in the first 4 years of life; (v) developmental language disorder and dyslexia.
This course is offered by the Utrecht Institute of Linguistics OTS, the home of linguistic and communications research at Utrecht University.
This course is part of the preparations for entrance into the RMA Linguistics at Utrecht University.
Piet van Tuijl, MSc
To allow students to acquaint themselves with the basic principles of psycholinguistics.
Daily 2 1/2 hour session; max one hour homework per day.
Housing through Utrecht Summer School
Discount of €50 if combined with at least one more Linguistics course whose title includes mention of UiL OTS and for which the full amount is paid.
If this is the 2nd week you are using Utrecht Summerschool housing, the housing fee is €150.
Utrecht Summer School does not offer scholarships for this course.
A motivation letter is required from non-EU residents. You can send it via email to email@example.com.
Piet van Tuijl T: +31 (0)30 253 6060 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
31 July 2019