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1 Paul Fletcher and Michael Garman (eds.)
Language Acquisition: Studies in First Language Development
Cambridge University Press; Cambridge, UK; 1988; 052129536X / 9780521295369; First Edition; Paperback; Very Good; 
Printed Pages: 625. 004635

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2 Michael Garman
Psycholinguistics (Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics)
Cambridge University Press; Cambridge, UK; 1991; 0521276411 / 9780521276412; Reprint; Paperback; New; Very Good; 
This book is an introduction to psycholinguistics, the study of human language processing. It deals with the central area of this field, the language abilities of the linguistically mature, monolingual adult. It aims to be comprehensive in its coverage, dealing with both written and spoken language, and their comprehension and production, and the nature of linguistic systems and models of processing. The book is divided into two parts. Part I identifies and investigates the main contributory areas of study, concerning the nature of the language signal, the biological foundations of language (including auditory and visual systems, the organisation of language in the brain, and articulatory and manual systems), and the sources of evidence on the abstract language system. Part II reviews a number of processing models and issues, covering perception and production of speech and writing, lexical storage and retrieval, and the comprehension and production of multiword utterances. The final chapter examines the issues that arise in the context of brain damage and the consequent impairment of language processing (in aphasia and related disorders), an additional important source of evidence and area of process modelling. Psycholinguistics provides an overview of the major contemporary issues surrounding the psychological foundations of language, most of which have roots in the last decade of research. It assumes a basic grounding in linguistic theory, but it is drawn from the authorís considerable experience of teaching this subject, and has thus been designed to be accessible to students of linguistics and psychology, as well as for any reader with an interest in the psychological foundations of human language. It will be an essential work for students and specialists alike. Contents Preface; Acknowledgements; Part I. Elements of Psycholinguistics: 1. Characteristics of the language signal; 2. The biological foundations of language; 3. Sources of evidence for the language system; Part II. Processes and Models: 4. Processing the language signal; 5. Accessing the mental lexicon; 6. Understanding utterances; 7. Producing utterances; 8. Impairment of processing; References; Index of names; Subject index. Printed Pages: 532. 003113

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3 David Crys, Paul Fletcher and Michael Garman
The Grammatical Analysis of Language Disability: A Procedure for Assessment and Remediation
Edward Arnold; London, UK; 1984; 0-131-5843-3; Reprint; Paperback; Very Good; 
Printed Pages: 234. 007001

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