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PY 313. Language: Mind, Brain, and Society. 3 Hours.

Language is the greatest achievement of the human mind and brain. This course will provide an introductory survey of this amazing ability. Topics will include: speech perception, word comprehension, semantics, bilingualism, speech production, sentence processing, reading, and the social aspects of language. Throughout, the course will combine cognitive and behavioral perspectives with what is known about the brain systems that support language, and how those systems are impaired in developmental and neurological disorders. The course material will be conveyed through lectures, assigned readings, discussion of current debates, and hands-on “labs” in which students will collect data and write lab reports describing their results.
Prerequisites: PY 101 [Min Grade: C] or PY 201 [Min Grade: C]

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