A interface lingüística-neurociência da linguagem

Aniela Improta

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This study reviews the interface Linguistics-Neuroscience of Language under philosophical, theoretical and technical perspectives, taking into account two major inherent obstacles which are the Granularity Mismatch Problem and the Ontological Incommensurability Problem (Poeppel; Embick, 2005). Some possibilities to lessen the effect of these interface problems are examined, and examples of felicitous attempts to work in this interface are provided: two related to speech perception, two to lexical access and one to syntactic processing.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.20396/cel.v49i2.8637184

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