Language Comprehension: A Biological Perspective

  title={Language Comprehension: A Biological Perspective},
  author={Prof. Dr. Angela D. Friederici},
  booktitle={Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
words in particular over the right hemisphere. Here we assume that the superior and middle temporal gyrus of the left hemisphere represent the lexicon in a modality independent form. This representation is conceived of as an abstract representation which not only includes information about the form ofthe word but also syntactic information (e.g., word category and semantic information). According to the processing model of Frazier (1987) first-pass parsing is primarily based on word category… CONTINUE READING


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