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Neurolinguistics, Overview

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Author(s): Chia-Ying LEE
1. Neurolinguistics and Its Methodological Advances Neurolinguistics is an interdisciplinary research field that aims to uncover the underlying neural mechanisms in the human brain for the comprehension, production, and acquisition of language. Much work in neurolinguistics involves testing and evaluating theories put forth by psycholinguists and theoretical linguists. Theoretical linguists propose models to explain the structure of language and how language information is organized. Psycholinguists p…
Date: 2017-03-02

Sublexical Processes for Reading Chinese Characters, Neurolinguistic Studies

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Author(s): Chia-Ying LEE
Writing systems vary in their mapping principles between orthography and phonology. Alphabetic writing systems (such as English, French, or Italian) map graphemes (basic written symbols) to phonemes (the basic speech units) of the spoken language. A word’s pronunciation can be described in terms of sublexical mapping principles, such as regularity, which is defined as whether a word’s pronunciations follow the grapheme-to-phoneme corresponding rules (e.g., regular words: /i/ in hint and mint versus irregular words: /ai/ in pint), or consistency, which refers to when a s…
Date: 2017-03-02