Language, Mind and Brain: Some Psychological and Neurological Constraints on Theories of Grammar

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Human languages reside in human brains, and it is undeniable that properties of the mind/brain place strong constraints on linguistic structure. Yet most linguists know little about the psychology of language and even less about its neural substrate. Language, Mind and Brain explores these constraints and shows how linguistics could benefit by incorporating insights from research on language acquisition, language processing, neurolinguistics and other disciplines concerned with human linguistic abilities. The first part of ...

Language, Mind and Brain: Some Psychological and Neurological Constraints on Theories of Grammar 2004, Georgetown University Press, Washington

ISBN-13: 9781589010475

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Language, Mind and Brain: Some Psychological and Neurological Constraints on Theories of Grammar 2004, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh

ISBN-13: 9780748614752

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Language, Mind and Brain: Some Psychological and Neurological Constraints on Theories of Grammar 2004, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh

ISBN-13: 9780748614745

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