LinguisticsLING 257G Psycholinguistics and Linguistic Theory

Theory and methods in psycholinguistics, covering perception, production, and acquisition of language and linguistic structure. A hands-on, laboratory-style introduction to the topic, focusing on the relation between experimental findings and linguistic theory. Graduate students have separate evaluation criteria. Students cannot receive credit for this course and course 157 or 257. Three-credit version of course 257. Does not require a final paper.

Requirements

Enrollment is restricted to graduate students.

Credits

3

Quarter offered

Fall

Instructor

Matthew Wagers