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Title: Language Ethics: Linguo Psychology and Psycholinguistics
Other Titles: Analysis of the Language with Psychological Problems
Authors: Karimova, Valida
Keywords: purpose
The Research Object
Psychology and Linguistics
Speech and Language
Language and Mind
Issue Date: 11-Apr-2017
Publisher: Science Publishing Group
Citation: Psychology and Behavioral Sciences
Series/Report no.: Vol. 6;№ 2
Abstract: The objective purpose of this research is to give brief and essential information about the school and directions of psycholinguistics, to investigate what psycholinguistics examine and define the search for an understanding of how humans develop, perceive and produce a language. Psycholinguistics is adjoining of psychology and linguistics. Being the research object of psycholinguistics speech is not only biological, but also a psychological factor and which characterized the person. Psycholinguistics explores the mental mechanisms of basic language processing (cognitive); how to comprehend words and intend them in the mind, how to understand a sentence, how to learn to read, how language and writing systems influence mental organizations. Language and comprehension perform the same functions. Language is a body which forms the idea. It is a great and complex system which maintains its value and deserves respect. Language is only the way with which learners make sense of the world expressed in a different language. Article gives an essential study which combines the fields of linguistics and psychology. Directly cover speech and language pathology, language psychology, language learning, language behavior or cognitive sciences.
ISSN: 2328-7837
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