The handbook of psycholinguistics / edited by Eva M. Fernandez and Helen Smith Cairns.
Contributor(s): Fernandez, Eva M. | Cairns, Helen SmithCall number: 401.9 H236 Material type: BookSeries: Blackwell handbooks in linguistics Publisher: Hoboken, N.J. ; Oxford, U.K. : John Wiley & Sons, 2018. Description: xxv, 750 p. : ill.ISBN: 9781118829509 (hbk.).Subject(s): Psycholinguistics -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Part I. Production. 1, Overview. 2, Syntactic encoding: novel insights into the relationship between grammar and processing. 3, Signal reduction and linguistic encoding. 4, Production in bilingual and multilingual speakers. 5, Production of signed utterances. 6, Parity and disparity in conversational interaction. 7, Models linking production and comprehension -- Part II. Comprehension. 8, Overview. 9, Speech perception: research, theory, and clinical application. 10, Cross-language and second language speech perception. 11, Models of lexical access and morphological processing. 12, Orthography, word recognition, and reading. 13, The bilingual lexicon. 14, Sentence processing and interpretation in monolinguals and bilinguals: classical and contemporary approaches. 15, The comprehension of anaphora and verb agreement. 16, Prosody in sentence processing. 17, Semantic-pragmatic processing. 18, Comprehension in older adult populations: healthy aging, aphasia, and dementia. 19, Neurolinguistic studies of sentence comprehension -- Part III. Acquisition. 20, Overview. 21, Speech perception in infants: propagating the effects of language experience. 22, Children's performance abilities: language production. 23, Language comprehension in monolingual and bilingual children. 24, Names for things... and actions and events: following in the footsteps of Roger Brown. 25, The acquisition of morphology. 26, The acquisition of syntax. 27, Social interaction and language acquisition: toward a neurobiological view. 28, Bilingual acquisition: a morphosyntactic perspective on simultaneous and early successive language development. 29, The development of morphosyntax in child and adult second language acquisition. 30, Signed language acquisition: input.