Neurocognition of Language
Neurocognition of Language is intended to develop into a fundamental textbook on language and the brain. It will be started by the students of a seminar course with the same title, at the Departmenf of Psychology at Goethe University Frankfurt / Germany. The texts from the course have been uploaded and we are excited to see how this wikibook will develop in the future!
These chapters are intended as a starting point for the continuous development of the book by future participants in the same class, other students and interested colleagues in the field.
- Evolution of Language
- Biological Bases of Language
- Speech Comprehension and Speech Production
- Word Recognition
- Sentence Processing
- Reading and Writing
- Language Development
- The Neurocognition of Bilingualism
- Sign Language
- Acquired Disorders of Speech and Language
- Further Resources
We would like to suggest that all contributors to this WikiBook to follow our minimal Guidelines for Authors. These aim at providing the reader with a consistent structure and layout across all chapters.