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Module code:PLING157(Add to my personalised list)
Title:Neurolinguistics
Credit value:15
Division:Division of Psychology and Language Sciences
Module organiser:Dr Andrea Santi
Organiser's location:Room 115A, Chandler House
Organiser's email:a.santi@ucl.ac.uk
Available for students in Year(s):
Module prerequisites:Introduction to Generative Grammar or equivalent 
Module outline:An introduction to the neuroscience of language and its implication for linguistics. The ultimate goal of neuroscience of language is to understand how language is represented in the brain, this presupposes some understanding of the nature of language representations, of how those representations are processed and the functioning of the brain.  
Module aims:- To provide basic neurological methods and understand the advantages and disadvantages of each - To understand some key neurolinguistic theories and generate predictions based on them - To further understanding of the human language faculty  
Module objectives:The intended learning outcomes for the module are: - Ability to understand primary literature in neuroscience of language - Ability to employ basic methods in the analysis of neuro and psycholinguistic data - Ability to evaluate competing analyses of neurolinguistic data - Ability to write up reports on experimental and analytical work in neuroscience of language  
Key skills provided by module: 
Module timetable:https://cmis.adcom.ucl.ac.uk:4443/timetabling/moduleTimet.do?firstReq=Y&moduleId=PLING157 
Module assessment:Unseen two-hour written examination 75.00%.
One essay (1,000 words) 25.00%. 
Notes:available as an option module (numbers permitting); UCL students can register on Portico, intercollegiate students should contact s.anyadi@ucl.ac.uk  
Taking this module as an option?:available as an option 
Link to virtual learning environment(registered students only)https://moodle.ucl.ac.uk/course/view.php?id=18351 
Last updated:2014-08-29 09:14:54 by