Language Learning and the Brain

  • Ulf Schütze


Before we can say a word, we need to know the word. Before we access a word, we need to recall it. Before we can recall a word, we need to have encountered and processed it to the extent that we can recognize and bring it forward (from within our memory) for use at a later time. This is a challenging task. Languages such as English and German have more than… (More)


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