UE217 - LING 203 - Language acquisition and processing


Lieu et planning


  • Autre lieu Paris
    ENS, 29 rue d'Ulm 75005 Paris
    2nd semestre / hebdomadaire, lundi 14:00-17:00
    du 31 janvier 2022 au 9 mai 2022
    Nombre de séances : 12


Description


Dernière modification : 28 janvier 2022 15:50

Type d'UE
Enseignements fondamentaux de master
Domaine
-
Disciplines
Linguistique, sémantique, Psychologie et sciences cognitives
Page web
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fC9ZHRjMqZZCoAzvA_7BhNoLmdCUpj7E6lU94AOQwz8/edit 
Langues
anglais
Mots-clés
Anglais Apprentissage Développement Linguistique Perception Psychologie Sciences cognitives
Aires culturelles
-
Intervenant·e·s

What are the features of the human brain allowing for the existence and re-creation of language? How does the environment contribute to its development? Once language networks have stabilized, how do they shape their perception and production of a variety of stimuli? We draw insights from current and classical research in many disciplines (e.g., linguistic theory & laboratory linguistics, experimental & developmental psychology, neuropsychology, neuroimaging, computer modeling) to shed light on a few key psycholinguistic issues ranging from phonology to semantics. 

  • Class 1 - Introduction: course structure; main features of language; main theories about language development; sub-fields
  • Class 2 - Language evolution and the evolution of language. Comparison with other species, evolution of humans and why and when language appeared, pidgin and creole, emergent sign languages, language change, experimental studies of language evolution
  • Class 3 - Language-specific perception: generating and testing alternative models of language-specific influence on perception
  • Class 4 - Word Learning: linguistic, perceptual & memory constraints on word learning across development
  • Class 5 - Understanding and producing words (adults): Classic models and bilingualism.
  • Class 6  - Second language acquisition
  • Class 7 - The Acquisition of syntax
  • Class 8 - Interactions across linguistic levels and beyond; bottom-up, top-down, and mixed models of language.
  • Class 9 - Reading and writing in the brain, different writing systems and their effect on cognitive and linguistic processing and development
  • Class 10 - The relationship between oral language acquisition, reading readiness and academic success
  • Class 11 - Language in a social context: the role of peers in language development
  • Class 12 - Using linguistic theory to understand language impairment: the example of phonological deficits 

Master


  • Séminaires de tronc commun – Sciences cognitives – M1/S2-M2/S4
    Suivi et validation – semestriel hebdomadaire = 6 ECTS
    MCC – contrôle continu, fiche de lecture, examen

Renseignements


Contacts additionnels
cogmaster@psl.eu
Informations pratiques

The complete syllabus of the course is available on the Cogmaster's website and also via the following link:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fC9ZHRjMqZZCoAzvA_7BhNoLmdCUpj7E6lU94AOQwz8/edit

For any further information, please contact the secretariat of the Cogmaster.

Registration procedure (external students) : https://cogmaster.ens.psl.eu/en/students/external-students-13501

Direction de travaux des étudiants

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Réception des candidats
-
Pré-requis

There are no necessary pre-requisites. The following readings/viewings, however, should inspire some questions (provided in largely historical order): http://psychclassics.yorku.ca/Broca/aphemie-e.htm

Pinker, S. (1995). Language acquisition. In L. R. Gleitman & M. Liberman (Eds.), An Invitation to Cognitive Science: Language. MIT Press. http://www.ted.com/talks/susan_savage_rumbaugh_on_apes_that_write http://www.linguisticsociety.org/content/linguistics-everyday-life#Domain

Dernière modification : 28 janvier 2022 15:50

Type d'UE
Enseignements fondamentaux de master
Domaine
-
Disciplines
Linguistique, sémantique, Psychologie et sciences cognitives
Page web
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fC9ZHRjMqZZCoAzvA_7BhNoLmdCUpj7E6lU94AOQwz8/edit 
Langues
anglais
Mots-clés
Anglais Apprentissage Développement Linguistique Perception Psychologie Sciences cognitives
Aires culturelles
-
Intervenant·e·s

What are the features of the human brain allowing for the existence and re-creation of language? How does the environment contribute to its development? Once language networks have stabilized, how do they shape their perception and production of a variety of stimuli? We draw insights from current and classical research in many disciplines (e.g., linguistic theory & laboratory linguistics, experimental & developmental psychology, neuropsychology, neuroimaging, computer modeling) to shed light on a few key psycholinguistic issues ranging from phonology to semantics. 

  • Class 1 - Introduction: course structure; main features of language; main theories about language development; sub-fields
  • Class 2 - Language evolution and the evolution of language. Comparison with other species, evolution of humans and why and when language appeared, pidgin and creole, emergent sign languages, language change, experimental studies of language evolution
  • Class 3 - Language-specific perception: generating and testing alternative models of language-specific influence on perception
  • Class 4 - Word Learning: linguistic, perceptual & memory constraints on word learning across development
  • Class 5 - Understanding and producing words (adults): Classic models and bilingualism.
  • Class 6  - Second language acquisition
  • Class 7 - The Acquisition of syntax
  • Class 8 - Interactions across linguistic levels and beyond; bottom-up, top-down, and mixed models of language.
  • Class 9 - Reading and writing in the brain, different writing systems and their effect on cognitive and linguistic processing and development
  • Class 10 - The relationship between oral language acquisition, reading readiness and academic success
  • Class 11 - Language in a social context: the role of peers in language development
  • Class 12 - Using linguistic theory to understand language impairment: the example of phonological deficits 
  • Séminaires de tronc commun – Sciences cognitives – M1/S2-M2/S4
    Suivi et validation – semestriel hebdomadaire = 6 ECTS
    MCC – contrôle continu, fiche de lecture, examen
Contacts additionnels
cogmaster@psl.eu
Informations pratiques

The complete syllabus of the course is available on the Cogmaster's website and also via the following link:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1fC9ZHRjMqZZCoAzvA_7BhNoLmdCUpj7E6lU94AOQwz8/edit

For any further information, please contact the secretariat of the Cogmaster.

Registration procedure (external students) : https://cogmaster.ens.psl.eu/en/students/external-students-13501

Direction de travaux des étudiants

-

Réception des candidats
-
Pré-requis

There are no necessary pre-requisites. The following readings/viewings, however, should inspire some questions (provided in largely historical order): http://psychclassics.yorku.ca/Broca/aphemie-e.htm

Pinker, S. (1995). Language acquisition. In L. R. Gleitman & M. Liberman (Eds.), An Invitation to Cognitive Science: Language. MIT Press. http://www.ted.com/talks/susan_savage_rumbaugh_on_apes_that_write http://www.linguisticsociety.org/content/linguistics-everyday-life#Domain

  • Autre lieu Paris
    ENS, 29 rue d'Ulm 75005 Paris
    2nd semestre / hebdomadaire, lundi 14:00-17:00
    du 31 janvier 2022 au 9 mai 2022
    Nombre de séances : 12