New Trends in Psycholinguistics and Cognitive Linguistics
Submission Deadline: Oct. 30, 2015
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Shoukoh Institute, Payam Noor University,
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Nowadays, the emphasis on the transdisciplinary nature of the science leads into outstanding contributions in humanities. Psycholinguistics(rooted in language pedagogy) as a great model of this perspective sheds more light on the clarification of the complicated human-being’s language process and brain process during acquisition ,comprehension, and production of linguistic elements. The areas of research in this field of study are psychology, Cognitive linguistics, language pedagogy, and speech pathology.
Aims and Scope:
1. New Trends in Psycholinguistics 2. Revival of basic concepts in psycholinguistics 3. Research-based perspective on cognitive linguistics 4. Dominance of psycholinguistics in applied linguistics 5. Socio-cultural research 6. FLA & Psycholinguistics 7. Generalizabilty of psycholinguistics 8. The development of new models 9. The growing transdisciplinary studies in language learning