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Linguistics and Language Impairments
This interdisciplinary course addresses the contribution of linguistic theory and methodology to the understanding of developmental and acquired language impairments and conversely the contribution of the study of language impairments to linguistic theory, with emphasis on Domain Specific vs Domain General Theories. Brain/Language relationships, developmental considerations and types of language impairments including: Morpho-syntactic, semantic-pragmatic and pragmatic will be examined.
Acquire understanding of the applications of linguistic theory and methodology to the description of developmental and acquired language impairments. Specifically students will acquire:
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