Sciences cognitives Langage, communication et cerveau

OUTLINE

1.1. General Intro and Info about the UE (what it is about, objectives, the way it works, type evaluation, etc.) + History neuro-anatomy language

1.2. Debate specialization vs. Specificity vs. Domain-generality (e.g., Kanwisher, Price, Duncan, Pulvermuller)
1.3. Cortical dynamics approach: N400 (e.g., Kutas), prediction vs. Integration

2.1. Spoken word perception & comprehension
2.1.1. Representations, dynamics & structure (low-level to high-level; e.g., Naatanen; Zatorre; Belin, Scott; Hickok & Poeppel; Friederici; Hagoort)
2.1.2. Controversy Broca's region (e.g., Friederici vs. Hagoort vs. Thompson-Schill)
2.2. Visual word perception and reading
2.2.1. IA-model and ERPs (e.g., Grainger; Holcomb)
2.2.2. Controversy visual word form area (e.g., Dehaene; Price)
2.2.3. dyslexia
2.3. Language and Music perception

3.1. Word Production
3.1.1. Representations (localized, distributed) & dynamics (serial, interactive, parallel) (e.g., Levelt; Indefrey & Levelt; Dell; Hickok; Pulvermuller; Strijkers)
3.1.2. Interaction phonemes & motor control (Guenther; Chang; Hickok)
3.1.3. Grammar as example to study lexical categories in the brain (e.g., Caramazza; Vigliocco)
3.2. Cognitive control, speech monitoring and speech errors (e.g., Levelt; Hartsuiker; Hickok; Pickering; Nozari; Dell; Runnqvist)
3.3. Sentence Production (syntax, combinatorial semantics, pragmatics)
3.4. Written Production
3.4.1. Spelling models
3.4.2. neuropsychological approach
3.4.3. Motor representations of handwriting and typing

OUTLINE

1.1. General Intro and Info about the UE (what it is about, objectives, the way it works, type evaluation, etc.) + History neuro-anatomy language

1.2. Debate specialization vs. Specificity vs. Domain-generality (e.g., Kanwisher, Price, Duncan, Pulvermuller)
1.3. Cortical dynamics approach: N400 (e.g., Kutas), prediction vs. Integration

2.1. Spoken word perception & comprehension
2.1.1. Representations, dynamics & structure (low-level to high-level; e.g., Naatanen; Zatorre; Belin, Scott; Hickok & Poeppel; Friederici; Hagoort)
2.1.2. Controversy Broca's region (e.g., Friederici vs. Hagoort vs. Thompson-Schill)
2.2. Visual word perception and reading
2.2.1. IA-model and ERPs (e.g., Grainger; Holcomb)
2.2.2. Controversy visual word form area (e.g., Dehaene; Price)
2.2.3. dyslexia
2.3. Language and Music perception

3.1. Word Production
3.1.1. Representations (localized, distributed) & dynamics (serial, interactive, parallel) (e.g., Levelt; Indefrey & Levelt; Dell; Hickok; Pulvermuller; Strijkers)
3.1.2. Interaction phonemes & motor control (Guenther; Chang; Hickok)
3.1.3. Grammar as example to study lexical categories in the brain (e.g., Caramazza; Vigliocco)
3.2. Cognitive control, speech monitoring and speech errors (e.g., Levelt; Hartsuiker; Hickok; Pickering; Nozari; Dell; Runnqvist)
3.3. Sentence Production (syntax, combinatorial semantics, pragmatics)
3.4. Written Production
3.4.1. Spelling models
3.4.2. neuropsychological approach
3.4.3. Motor representations of handwriting and typing