Neurobiology of Language
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This Perspectives (SIG 1) forum focuses on neurobiological factors
associated with language learning. The first article describes a model of
causation by which environmental factors influence neural and cognitive
development. The second article examines learning contexts and their impact on
verb learning. The third article discusses early motor deficits and their
relationship to speech/language outcomes, and the final article reviews
morphological processing in normal and clinical populations.
You will be able to:
- explain a model of causation by
which environmental factors influence neural and cognitive development
- discuss factors of verbs and of
learning contexts that impact children’s efforts to acquire verb meaning
- explain the relationship between
early motor deficits and speech and language outcomes in autism spectrum
- summarize what is currently known
about morphological processing in both normal and clinical populations
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