The Psychology of Language by David C. Ludden
An Integrated Approach

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Breaking through the boundaries of traditional psycholinguistics texts, The Psychology of Language: An Integrated Approach, by David Ludden, takes an integrated, cross-cultural approach that weaves the latest developmental and neuroscience research into every chapter. Separate chapters on bilingualism and sign language and integrated coverage of the social aspects of language acquisition and language use provide a breadth of coverage not found in other texts. In addition, rich pedagogy in every chapter and an engaging conversational writing style help students understand the connections between core psycholinguistic material and findings from across the psychological sciences.

 

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Published January 6, 2015 by SAGE Publications, Inc. 646 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Professional & Technical, Science & Math. Non-fiction

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