neurolinguist


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neurolinguist

(ˌnjʊərəʊˈlɪŋɡwɪst)
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(Linguistics) a specialist in neurolinguistics
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Noun1.neurolinguist - someone trained in neuroscience and linguistics who studies brain processes during language production and reception
linguist, linguistic scientist - a specialist in linguistics
neuroscientist - a neurobiologist who specializes in the study of the brain
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It tells the story of neurolinguist Dr Jean McClellan, living in a dystopian near-future USA, where women and girls can speak no more than 100 words per-day.
Volunteers of "Balance" also attended the training of the famous American neurolinguist Frank Pucelik.
But when the right wing president's brother suffers a stroke which affects his speech, a leading female neurolinguist is temporarily given back her voice to work on the cure.
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Although Borges was not a neurolinguist or a neuroscientist, he has written astonishing passages that can be straighforwardly interpreted in neurocognitive terms.
At times it seems that the miniscule advances in plot only serve to introduce the next snippet of conversation with a neurolinguist or to summarize the contested findings of a linguistics study.
Sally Shaywitz, a neurolinguist and Co-Director of the Yale Center for the Study of Learning and Attention.
Lakoff is a cognitive scientist, a neurolinguist to be more exact, who specializes in a fascinating field known as "Semantic Framing."
This point is clearly illustrated by Yosef Grodzinsky, a neurolinguist at Tel Aviv University, in his new book, In the Shadow of the Holocaust, a detailed and well-researched account of the struggle between the survivors of the Holocaust and the various Zionist agencies and emissaries who pressured them to immigrate to Palestine, regardless of the survivors' own wishes, through superior organizational skills and connections with the US military and civilian authorities.