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PSYC 5369

Bilingual Cognition.

Three semester hours.

This interdisciplinary course provides a general overview of bilingual cognition from the perspectives of cognitive, social, and developmental psychology, anthropology, linguistics, neuroscience, and sociolinguistics. It examines issues related to how bilinguals learn and use their languages, create and store memories, solve problems, and perceive the world. It also focuses specifically on research methods employed to study bilingual cognitive and neurological mechanisms and offers insights into educational and cross-cultural perspectives. Prerequisite: PSYC 4307 or any of the following, PSYC 3304, PSYC 4305, PSYC 4325, PSYC 5370, or PSYC 5374.

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