Relations Between Language and Memory: Organization, Representation, and Processing - Sabest Saarbrucker Beitrage Zur Sprach- Und Translationswissenschaft 23 (Hardback)
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This edition gives an explanatory account of language which is intrinsically related to psychological models of the human mind. The commitment to language as a cognitive system enables the explanation of many linguistic phenomena, such as the acquisition, storage, and retrieval of linguistic information, as a memory effect. The authors of this volume explain these phenomena by investigating the architecture of language and memory, the representation of concepts and their linguistic structures in the mental lexicon as well as their neural basis, and, finally, the role of memory in language comprehension.
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