Psychology of Language


Examination of linguistic structures and their psychological "reality," language and cognition, biological bases, animal communication, language pathologies, nonverbal communication, and bilingualism. Everyday language phenomena (such as slips of the tongue) as well as experimental and theoretical research. Emphasis on research designs, methods and reasoning used to study the role of language in cognition and action. Research proposal required.
Curriculum Codes
  • R
  • SS
Cross-Listed As
  • PSY 256
Typically Offered
Spring Only