COGS 150: Language, Cognition, and Interaction
Examines the interactive nature of language. Discussion focuses on the extent to which perception, memory, and other non-linguistic processes interact with language and the way people use language to interact in everyday situations. Topics include conversational language, gesture, speech disfluencies, figurative language, spatial language, child-parent interaction, speech recognition, and human-computer processing. Integrates research from psychology, linguistics, sociolinguistics, and human-computer interaction. Research project required.
Prerequisite: (PSY 001 or COGS 001 ) and COGS 005 or consent of instructor.
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