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01:830:351- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 115 pages long!)


Department
Psychology
Course Code
01:830:351
Professor
K.Stromswold
Study Guide
Final

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01:830:351
Final EXAM
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Intro to Psych of Language September 7, 2017
Housekeeping
TA office hours Tuesdays 3-4pm, at Psych 114 or by arrangement
Midterm exam November 2nd, @ classroom normal time
Final Exam December 20th @ 12-3pm, in classroom
For weekly online Sakai quizzes, if all 11 are done, will drop the lowest grade
- they are open Sundays from 12am 11:55pm (untimed, open for full 24 hours)
Extra credit two-page papers are double spaced, and are not really a super detailed
summary, it is more of a reflection of either the article or colloquium & the premise or
result of the study
Can hand in extra credit early, but not late
Key Concepts
- linguistics versus psycholinguistics
linguists are more concerned with structure of language
psycholinguists are more about communication, comprehension, production, or
acquisition (more general concepts of language)
- linguistic competence versus performance
competence is what you can do in an ideal situation (optimal performance in best
situation) more like linguistics
performance is what you actually do (in reality, what occurs) more like
psycholinguistics
hard to study competence without some base measure of performance
- descriptive versus prescriptive grammar
prescriptive grammar is what you should say or do (very formal)
descriptive grammar is how you actually speak
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- metalinguistic knowledge
phonology (speech) of language
- What are the phonemes?
- What combinations are allowed?
- Accents?
- What are the melodies? (prosody)
lexicon (words) of language
- Fast mapping of word meanings
- What a word could mean, and knowing which meanings are not likely
- Subtle nuances in meaning
- Grammatical restrictions on words
- Situational appropriate words (knowing which words to use for when)
morphology (word parts) of language
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