Table of contents for Psycholinguistics : the key concepts / John Field.


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LIST OF CONCEPTS
 
 
 A
 access code 
 accommodation1 
 accommodation2 
 accuracy	
 acoustic cue	
 acquisition 
 ACT 
 activation 	
 ageing 	
 agnosia 	
 agrammatism	 
 ambiguity: lexical 	
 ambiguity: syntactic 
 analogy model 	
 analysis 
 anaphor 	
 anaphor resolution 
 animal commmunication 
 anxiety 
 aphasia
 apraxia 
 aptitude 	
 argument structure		
 articulation 
 articulation rate	
 articulatory suppression	
 artificial intelligence 
 association 	
 attention1	
 attention2 
 attrition 	
 auditory perception 	 
 Augmented Transition Network 
 autism 
 automaticity 
 autonomous
 B
 babbling 	
 basic level 
 
 behaviourism 
 bilingualism 	
 biologically triggered behaviour 
 birdsong 
 blindness 	
 bootstrapping 
 bottom-up processing 	
 brain 
 brain: human vs animal		
 brain imaging 
 brain lateralisation
 brain: localisation
 broad class transcription 
 buffer 
 C
 capacity theories 
 categorical perception 
 Child Directed Speech 
 child grammar	 
 chimp studies 	
 Chomskyan theory	
 chunking 
 cluttering 
 cognition	
 cognitive psychology 
 cognitivism 
 Cohort Theory 	
 colour systems	
 communication strategy 
 competition 
 competition model	
 componential analysis
 concept 
 concept formation 
 confusability	
 connectionism 	
 context 
 context effects 
 controlled 
 creolisation 		
 critical period 
 cue trading 	
 
 D
 deaf parent 
 deafness
 delay vs deviance
 dementia 
 deprivation	
 depth of processing 
 derivational theory of complexity 
 design features 
 deviance
 dichotic listening 
 disorder 
 Down's Syndrome 	
 dual route 
 duplex perception	
 dysarthria 
 dysgraphia: acquired 
 dysgraphia: developmental 
 dyslexia: acquired 
 dyslexia: developmental 
 dysphasia
 
 E
 echolalia	
 effect 
 elaboration	
 embedded processes model 		
 empiricism 
 event related potential 
 evolution of language 
 exemplar models	
 expert systems 
 expertise	
 eye-mind hypothesis 
 eye movements 
 		
 
 F
 family resemblance	 
 field dependency 
 figurative language 
 filter1
 filter2 	
 fluency 
 focus 
 foreigner talk 
 formant 
 formulaic
 fossilisation	
 frequency1
 frequency2 
 function word processing 
 functional load 
 functionalism 
 fuzzy boundary
	
 G
 garden path sentences 
 gating	
 Gestalt Theory 	
 given / new 
 goodness of fit	
 grapheme-phoneme correspondence
 rules 
 graphotactic rules
 H	
 hard-wired
 hearing	 
 higher-level processing 
 hypothesis testing
 I
 I-language	
 imageability 		.
 immediacy of interpretation		
 implicit learning 
 incidental learning	
 indeterminacy	
 inductive learning 
 inference	
 information processing 
 information theory	
 informativeness	
 inner speech	
 input 
 instantiation 
 intake	 
 intelligibility 
 interactional view
 interactive activation 
 interactive compensatory hypothesis
 interface view
 intonation 
 K
 knowledge
 L	
 L1
 Language Acquisition Device 
 language acquisition: research
methods	
 language acquisition: stages	 
 language acquisition: theories 
 language universals 
 latency 	
 learning style 
 learning theory 
 left-to-right processing 
 less is more 	
 level of representation 
 lexical access 
 lexical effect
 lexical entry	
 lexical recognition	
 lexical retrieval	
 lexical segmentation 
 lexical storage 
 lexical stress	 
 lexicon 
 linguistic relativity 
 listening	
 listening: higher level processes 	
 logogen	
 Long Term Memory	 
 lower-level processing	
 
 M
 mapping 
 markedness
 masking
 McGurk effect 	
 mean length of utterance	
 meaning construction	
 meaning postulate 	
 memory	
 mental model 
 mental representation
 metacognition
 metaphor	
 migration	
 modality
 model		
 modularity1	
 modularity2	
 morphology: acquisition 	
 morphology: storage	
 N	
 nativisation hypothesis	
 nativism 	
 neighbourhood	
 neural network	
 neurolinguistics 		
 noise		
 normalisation		
 O
 on-line process	
 on-line task	
 Operating Principles	
 order of acquisition	
 orthographic coding	
 orthography 
 over-extension 
 over-generalisation 
 over-regularisation errors	
 
 P
 paralinguistic features1	
 paralinguistic features2	
 parallel processing	 
 parallel distributed processing 
 paraphasia 	
 pattern recognition 
 pausing	
 perception	
 perceptual magnet effect	
 phonological awareness	
 phonological bias technique 
 phonological development:
perception 
 phonological development:
 production	
 phonological representation		
 phonological working memory 
 phonotactic rules	
 Piagetian stages of development	
 pidgin 
 pivot grammar 
 planning: speech 	
 planning: writing	
 position effects 
 post-perceptual	
 predicate	
 predictability 	
 priming effect	
 principles and parameters	
 probabilistic		
 probability
 problem-solving 	
 processing		
 proposition	
 propositional network	
 prosody	
 Prototype Theory
 psychologically real
 R
 Rapid Serial Visual Presentation 
 reading aloud	
 reading: bottom-up vs top-down	
 reading: decoding	
 reading development	
 reading: higher level processes	
 reading: skilled	
 reading span		
 reading speed		
 recursiveness	 
 redundancy	
 rehearsal	
 repair1 	
 repair2 
 representational codes	
 research methods: approaches 
 research methods: experimental	
 restructuring	
 rhyme 	
 rime	
 S
 savant	 	
 scaffolding	
 schema theory	
 search model 		 
 second language acquisition 
 second language acquisition:
approaches	
 segment1 
 segment2 
 selective adaptation
 self-monitoring	
 semantic network 	
 sensation	
 sensory memory 
 shadowing	
 Short Term Memory		
 sign language		
 signal detection theory
 Slips of the Ear
 Slips of the Pen	
 Slips of the Tongue		
 social-interactionism		
 speaking	
 speaking rate	 
 special circumstances	 
 species specificity	
 specific language impairment 
 speech code	
 speech mode1 		
 speech mode2 	
 speech perception: autonomous vs
interactive	
 speech perception: phoneme variation
 speech production	
 speech signal 
 speech: unit of processing 	
 spreading activation 	
 story grammar 	
 strategy	
 Stroop test	
 stuttering 
 subvocalisation 
 SW (strong-weak) pattern	
 symbolic representation	
 synaesthesia	
 syntactic development	
 syntactic parsing 
 synthetised speech	
 T
 T-unit 
 tachistoscope 
 task demands		
 thematic role	 
 thought and language	
 Tip of the Tongue	
 tone languages 
 top-down processing	
 TRACE	
 trading relations 
 Turing test	
 turn-taking	
 twins
 typing		
 
 U
 U-shaped development 
 underspecification	
 uniqueness point	
 unit of perception 
 Universal Grammar 	
 	
 
 V
 verbal report		
 verbal transformation effect 
 verbatim recall	
 vocabulary acquisition	
 vocabulary spurt 
 vocalisation
 voice recognition 
 Vygotskyan
 
 W
 Williams Syndrome	
 word primitive	
 Working Memory	
 wrap up effects	
 writing 
 writing system 
 writing: skilled 	
 
 Z
 Zipf's law
 

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Psycholinguistics