Sciences cognitives Langage, communication et cerveau


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