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PSYC 4305

Psychology of Language

Three semester hours.

Explores human communication, the structure and cognitive processes involved in language use, psychological study of syntax and semantics, bilingualism, language and thought, and language errors and disorders. Also examines the principles associated with receptive and expressive communication deficits in children. Prerequisite: PSYC 2301, or permission of instructor.

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