Time, Language and Action - A Unified Long-Term Memory Model for Sensory-Motor Chains and Word Schemata


Recent advances in cognitive psychology and neuroscience emphasize that action and language are not organized as insulated brain subsystems. Rather, language processing elicits perceptual and motor processes/responses that are tightly coupled with the referents of what is heard or read. Rizzolatti and Arbib (1998) proposed that linguistic abilities… (More)


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