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Relationship between Cognitive Psychology and Other Disciplines Eysenck, Michael W. and Mark T. Kean. Relationship between Cognitive Psychology and Other Disciplines Eysenck, Michael W. and Mark T. Kean. 1995. Cognitive Psychology: A Student's Handbook, third edition. Hove, UK: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers, p. 4, Figure 1. 1. 1

Abbreviated Table of Contents of Psychology of Language -1 (David W. Carroll, fifth edition) Abbreviated Table of Contents of Psychology of Language -1 (David W. Carroll, fifth edition) Part 1: General Issues 1. Introduction: Themes of Psycholinguistics 2. Linguistic Principles 3. Psychological Mechanisms Part 2: Language Comprehension 4. Perception of Language 5. The Internal Lexicon 6. Sentence Comprehension and Memory 7. Discourse Comprehension and Memory 2

Abbreviated Table of Contents of Psychology of Language - 2 (David W. Carroll, fifth Abbreviated Table of Contents of Psychology of Language - 2 (David W. Carroll, fifth edition) Part 3: Language Production and Conversational Interaction 8. Production of Speech and Language 9. Conversational Interaction Part 4: Language Acquisition 10. Early Language Acquisition 11. Later Language Acquisition 12. Processes of Language Acquisition 3

Abbreviated Table of Contents of Psychology of Language - 3 (David W. Carroll, fifth Abbreviated Table of Contents of Psychology of Language - 3 (David W. Carroll, fifth edition) Part 5: Language in Perspective 13. Biological Foundations of Language 14. Language, Culture, and Cognition 4

Implicit Language Knowledge -1 You know how to 1. Make novel unique sentences that Implicit Language Knowledge -1 You know how to 1. Make novel unique sentences that other people can understand: "The printer for my computer needs a new cable. " 2. Recognize whether a sentence is good English: *He the book red up picked. " 5

Implicit Language Knowledge -2 3. Have intuitions: sentence relatedness Implicit Language Knowledge -2 3. Have intuitions: sentence relatedness "John picked the ball up. " "John picked it up. " "Mary picked up the ball. " *"Mary picked up it. " give / hand me the ball / to me contribute / donate *me / to me 4. Recognize implications (pragmatics): "Could you open the window? " "Can you pass me the salt? " 6

Linguistic Knowledge - 1 Syntax (Arrangement of words/phrases) Linguistic Knowledge - 1 Syntax (Arrangement of words/phrases) "I am not happy" vs *"I eat not apples" Semantics (Meaning) "cup" vs "glass" Phonology (Rules of the Sound System) "spring", "sprish", "sfrish" 7

Linguistic Knowledge - 2 Pragmatics (Sociolinguistic Rules) Linguistic Knowledge - 2 Pragmatics (Sociolinguistic Rules) "Hello, is Mary there? " "Yes. . . . " Lexicon * "The girl put the book" Morphology "books", "running", "walked", "nation-al-ize" 8

Linguistic Knowledge —Processes General Cognitive Processes perception memory thinking problem solving Language-Related Processes comprehension Linguistic Knowledge —Processes General Cognitive Processes perception memory thinking problem solving Language-Related Processes comprehension production acquisition 9

Sources of Data for Psycholinguistic Investigation 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Garden Path Sentences Sources of Data for Psycholinguistic Investigation 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Garden Path Sentences Indirect Requests Aphasia Child Language Acquisition 10

Time Line of Selected Events in History of Psychology 1900 s Psycholinguistics Round 1: Time Line of Selected Events in History of Psychology 1900 s Psycholinguistics Round 1: Interest in Mental Processes 1920 s Rise of Behaviorism 1950 s Psycholinguistics Round 2: Resurge of Interest 1957 Skinner's Verbal Behavior Chomsky 11