PS 330 - Psychology of Language
Language is the most important window to the world and at the same time a remarkable accomplishment. Yet, the complex processes involved in language comprehension and production are often taken for granted. Consequently this class looks at the wonder of language from a psycholinguistic point of view dealing with the psychological processes involved in language. The students spend a term living in Vienna and learning German. The new cultural and linguistic environment will embed this course in an evolving and first-hand cultural perspective on language.