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Human Language From Genes to Behavior

By: Peter Hagoort(Editor)
752 pages, 122 colour illustrations
Publisher: MIT Press
Human Language
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  • Human Language ISBN: 9780262042635 Hardback Oct 2019 Out of stock with supplier: order now to get this when available
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Language is not only one of the most complex cognitive functions that we command, it is also the aspect of the mind that makes us uniquely human. Research suggests that the human brain exhibits a language readiness not found in the brains of other species. Human Language brings together contributions from a range of fields to examine humans' language capacity from multiple perspectives, analyzing it at genetic, neurobiological, psychological, and linguistic levels.

In recent decades, advances in computational modelling, neuroimaging, and genetic sequencing have made possible new approaches to the study of language, and the contributors draw on these developments. Human Language examines cognitive architectures, investigating the functional organization of the major language skills; learning and development trajectories, summarizing the current understanding of the steps and neurocognitive mechanisms in language processing; evolutionary and other preconditions for communication by means of natural language; computational tools for modeling language; cognitive neuroscientific methods that allow observations of the human brain in action, including fMRI, EEG/MEG, and others; the neural infrastructure of language capacity; the genome's role in building and maintaining the language-ready brain; and insights from studying such language-relevant behaviours in nonhuman animals as birdsong and primate vocalization.

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Peter Hagoort is Director of the Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics and Professor of Cognitive Neuroscience and Director of the Donders Centre for Cognitive Neuroimaging at the Radboud University, Nijmegen, the Netherlands.

Section editors:
- Christian F. Beckmann
- Carel ten Cate
- Simon E. Fisher
- Peter Hagoort
- Evan Kidd
- Stephen C. Levinson
- James M. McQueen
- Antje S. Meyer
- David Poeppel
- Caroline F. Rowland
- Constance Scharff
- Ivan Toni
- Willem Zuidema

By: Peter Hagoort(Editor)
752 pages, 122 colour illustrations
Publisher: MIT Press
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