This module will explore theories of lexical and grammatical processing. The application of these theories will then be explored in relation to acquired language disorders. Linked web-based problem-solving exercises and laboratory sessions will develop skills in data analysis including syntactic analysis from both normal and impaired speakers.
||Dr Ruth Herbert
||Lectures, Problem solving, Laboratory work, Independent Study
||Formal Exam, Course work
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