LINGUIST List 9.1221

Sat Sep 5 1998

Books: Psycholing & Neuroling

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Message 1: Psycholinguistics & Neurolinguistics

Date: Thu, 03 Sep 1998 15:58:30 -0400
From: Linguistics Mailbox <LINGUISTICSOUP-USA.ORG>
Subject: Psycholinguistics & Neurolinguistics


LINGUISTIC STRUCTURE AND CHANGE: An Explanation from Language
Processing
Thomas Berg, University of Hamburg

Thomas Berg analyzes language as a psychological phenomenon in order
to reach a clearer understanding of why the structure of language is
the way it is and how it changes. He claims that real explanations of
the structure of language can only emerge by establishing connections
between language and its context. The explanatory power of one of
these contexts, the psychological one, is examined in detail.

June 1998 352 pp.; 4 linecuts
0-19-823672-7 $95.00
Oxford University Press
 
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