Class Notes for Marc Joanisse

WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseFall

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Fricative Consonant, Affricate Consonant, Epiglottis

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16 Oct 2011
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Cognitive science the study of the mind: we have not just a brain, but also mental states that are superimposed on that brain, we reason our way throug
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSummer

Unit 12: Language and the Brain

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16 Jan 2012
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In this lecture we will examine how language can be mapped to specific areas of the brain. Of particular interest are findings that specific aspects of
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSummer

Unit 11: Language Acquisition Under Special Circumstances

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16 Jan 2012
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseFall

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - English Phonology, Vocal Tract, Universal Grammar

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27 Nov 2013
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Cats run after dogs- acceptable english sentence. *run cars dogs after- same words but different order leads to unacceptable, ungrammatical sentence. N
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseFall

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Noam Chomsky, Infinitive, Psych

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10 Nov 2012
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In theory because we all carry knowledge about the correct structure of a sentence (mental grammar; distinguishes it from the kind of grammar you might
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSummer

Unit 9: Reading

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16 Jan 2012
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In this class we will look at answering these important questions. If we look at what is active in the brain when a person is reading words, we see tha
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSummer

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Boolean Algebra

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16 Jan 2012
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That is, is our mental faculty of language different from how we do things like: As we"ll see several scientists have been interested in this issue, fr
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSummer

Unit 4: Language Development

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16 Jan 2012
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The answer is not a simple one, in light of how we have characterized language so far in this course. We have a mental grammar that contains a great de
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSummer

Unit 5: Speech Perception

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16 Jan 2012
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Overview y perceiving auditory speech: physics of sounds, pectrograms y acoustic cues of speech y recognizing auditory words, models, theories. We can
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseWinter

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Lexical Decision Task, Connectionism, Eye Tracking

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15 Apr 2016
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Syntax rules: phrase structure rules and trees. Sentences consist of phrases: s np vp. Sentences are made up of a noun phrase and a verb phrase, in tha
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseWinter

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Speech Perception, Specific Language Impairment, Syntactic Ambiguity

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15 Apr 2016
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Autonomous (bottom-up) theory predicts: bottom-up effects initially, top-down effects occur later (effects of whether the sentence makes sentence parse
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseWinter

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Phonological Awareness, Agraphia, Phonics

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15 Apr 2016
10
Masked priming study: break take, faster when they see the prime word, (not faster for broke take) Describing the mental processes involved in reading.
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