The Declarative / Procedural Model : A Neurobiological Model of Language Learning , Knowledge , and Use

@inproceedings{Ullman2015TheD,
  title={The Declarative / Procedural Model : A Neurobiological Model of Language Learning , Knowledge , and Use},
  author={Michael T. Ullman},
  year={2015}
}
Not surprisingly, most research on the neurobiology of language has focused on language itself. Yet even after decades of investigation, we know much less about the neurobiological correlates of language than we do about the neurobiology of many other domains, such as vision, motor function, and memory. This relative lack of progress is likely due not only to the complexity of language and to a lack of animal models, but also to an overly narrow “isolationist” approach to language research. A… CONTINUE READING

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