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Title: Book Review “Louder than words: The new science of how the mind makes meaning”
Other Titles: 書評 “Louder than words: The new science of how the mind makes meaning”
Authors: Schultz, Jeffrey
Keywords: Book review
Cognitive linguistics
Neurolinguistics
ELF practices
Issue Date: 2018-04-01
Abstract: This paper examines Benjamin K. Bergen’s book, “Louder than words: The new science of how the mind makes meaning.” Using cognitive linguistic experiments and neuropsychology, Bergen explains the action-sentence compatibility effect paradigm, that is, how the brain uses the areas that control movement to process language and create meaning. In so doing, he gives good examples of research into how the brain creates language and how this research is supported by neurobiology.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11078/869
ISSN: 2189-0471
2189-0463
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