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Future Trends in the Biology of Language
B5判変型/上製/208頁
初版年月日:2012/03/30
ISBN:
978-4-7664-1926-9
 
(4-7664-1926-X)
Cコード:C3045
税込価格:5,400円
Future Trends in the Biology of Language

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Preface
 John F. Connolly, Shiro Ojima, Yukio Otsu, and Guillaume Thierry

Part 1: Genetics of Language
1 Synaptic Cell Adhesion Molecules, Related with Autism, Are Associated with
Foxp2-mediated Mouse Ultrasonic Vocalization Communication
  Takashi Momoi and Eriko Fujita
2 Language Processing in Williams Syndrome:Insights from Event-related
Potentials
  Ana P. Pinheiro, Margaret Niznikiewicz, Óscar F. Gonçalves

Part 2: Evolution of Language
3 Constructive Modeling of Grammaticalization for the Origin and Evolution
of Language
  Takashi Hashimoto, Masaya Nakatsuka and Takeshi Konno
4 Emergence of Proto-language via Mutual Segmentation of Song Strings
and Behavioral Contexts
  Kazuo Okanoya
5 A Missing Design Perspective in I-linguistics
  Cedric Boeckx

Part 3: Neuroscience of Language
6 Expected and Unexpected Effects of Foreign-language Proficiency:Brain
Potential Studies
  Shiro Ojima
7 N170 Modulation is Expertise-driven: Evidence from Word-inversion Effects
in Speakers of Different Languages
  Benjamin Dering, Noriko Hoshino, and Guillaume Thierry
8 Communicating with the Non-communicative: Assessing the Mental Life of
Non-verbal Individuals Using Neurophysiological Techniques
  John F. Connolly

Part 4: Acquisition of Language
9 The Acquisition of Asymmetry between Scrambling and Topicalization in
Japanese
  Tetsuya Sano
10 Preliminary Notes on Metalinguistic Development Concerning Syntactic
Categories:Using Shiritori Word Game as a Tool
   Yukio Otsu
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