LINGUIST 473S - Neuroscience and Multilingualism

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In-depth analysis of PET, fMRI, MEG, EEG/ERP studies of multilingualism and their implications for linguistic theory. A close examination of the neuroanatomical and neurophysiological aspects of imaging studies and the importance of neurofunctional explanations play a central role in building new theoretical paradigms of acquisition, maintenance and loss of languages. Instructor: Andrews
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Seminar (R) Research (STS) Science, Technology, and Society Cross-listed in another department (NS) Natural Sciences
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Fall 2017
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TuTh
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18
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1