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160160 VO Neurolinguistics (2021S)

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Details

Language: German, English

Examination dates

Lecturers

Classes

DI wtl von 02.03.2021 bis 29.06.2021 13:15 - 14:45 Ort: Digital
nicht am 04.05.2021


Information

Aims, contents and method of the course

This lecture will provide basic and state-of-the-art knowledge in neurolinguistics. This includes basic neurophysiology of the language system and a discussion of how the main components of language (phonology, syntax, semantics, pragmatics) are supported by different areas and processes in the brain. We will deal with both perception and production and discuss several domain-general theories explaining how language is enabled by the brain.
Goal: Detailed understanding and recall of the content covered in lecture.
Method: On-line lecture (recording if required), active participation of students.

Assessment and permitted materials

written exam (multiple choice, open format questions);

Minimum requirements and assessment criteria

at least grade 4 in final exam:

20 - 18 points:grade 1
17 - 15 points: grade 2
14 - 12 points: grade 3
11 - 9 points: grade 4

Examination topics

All content discussed in the lecture is relevant for the exam (including points that are not explicitly mentioned on the slides, but may only have been discussed). In case that certain book chapters are directly relevant for the exam, this will be pointed out in the lecture.

Reading list

Kemmerer (2015): Cognitive Neuroscience of Language, Taylor & Francis.
Hickok & Small (2015): Neurobiology of Language, Academic Press.

Association in the course directory

MA1-M1

Last modified: Fr 28.05.2021 10:48