neurolinguistics


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neu·ro·lin·guis·tics

(nū'rō-ling-gwis'tiks),
The branch of medical science concerned with the neurogenic basis of speech and its disorders.

neurolinguistics

[noor′ō·ling·gwis′tiks]
Etymology: Gk, neuron + L, lingua, tongue
the study of language acquisition, processing, and production at the neurological level.

neurolinguistic programming

Alternative psychology
A behaviour modification technique developed in 1975 by Richard Bandler and John Grinder, which is based on a reciprocal relationship said to exist between a person’s behaviour and the external manifestations of his or her personality, including vocal tone, posture, eye movements and physiology.

neu·ro·lin·guis·tics

(nūr'ō-ling-gwis'tiks)
Clinical science centered on human brain mechanisms underlying the comprehension, production, and abstract knowledge of language.
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Still, Psycholinguistics and even Neurolinguistics have achieved remarkable success in describing specific processes of language acquisition, and brain studies have initiated a new era with the help of more sophisticated and powerful tools of analysis.
In neurolinguistics (not a new form of pasta but a different way of looking at how people communicate), we talk about being dissociated and associated.
In: Advances in Neurolinguistics (Whitaker HW, Whitaker HA, ed).
Neurolinguistics is the study of how the human brain learns and processes written and oral language.
In the end, then, it may well not be here, in neurolinguistics, that the greatest challenge to Mithen's hypothesis will arise, but rather in more global condemnations--the word is not too strong--of the entire enterprise of positing complex behaviors as products of adaptation (see, e.
from the perspective of neurolinguistics, which is based on neuroanatomy and neurophysiology.
1987): Neurolinguistics and linguistic aphasiology.
His studies in psycholinguistics, neurolinguistics, and comparative psychology have provided Bell the opportunities to discover first-hand how different students learn differently.
From Monkeylike Action Recognition to Human Language: An Evolutionary Framework for Neurolinguistics," Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 2005).
Gore, who was originally a physical therapist with a major in psychology, holds a degree in physiotherapy and is a master practitioner of neurolinguistics.
Thus, we can find disciplines such as neuropsychology or neurolinguistics that pertain to more than one level of theorizing: the former studies the relation between brain states and behavior, while the latter tries to establish links between language, on the one side, and brain function and cognitive capacities, on the other.
Stephenson's baroque plot, which recurs to Sumerian mythology, neurolinguistics, and viral warfare, involves the megalomaniacal L.