AP/LING4230 3.0 A: Language and the Brain

Offered by: LING


Fall 2021





Calendar Description / Prerequisite / Co-Requisite

Focuses on the relationship between the human brain and comprehension, production, and acquisition of language. It surveys a variety of language disorders, such as aphasia, delayed language development, dyslexia and language dissolution in old age. Prerequisites: AP/LING 2120 3.00, AP/LING 2140 3.00, and AP/LING 3220 3.00 with grades of C+ or better; and at least three additional credits in linguistics (AP/LING) at the 3000 level with grades of C+ or better.

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