With a background in Integrative Nutrition and Neurolinguistics
, Laguda said this prompted her to open a wellness center that takes the complicated out of the equation of being healthy and well.
Confirmed speakers for the event include the convener, Oyinkansola Alabi also known as 'The Emotions Doctor', Total life Management and Nation-building consultant, Olakunle Soriyan, and Foremost Neurolinguistics
Programming Practitioner, Innocent Usar.
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Analysing sentences from schizophrenics and aphasics is no trivial matter, and understanding the way such sentences go wrong is a flourishing field of psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics
. Any theory which claimed that the speech of aphasics and schizophrenics was just statistically unlikely rather than incorrect seems to be seriously deficient.
Scholars of language, language learning, and language contact in the past and present explore multilingualism in society and education, aspects of individual multilingualism, the psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics
of multilingualism, and forms of multilingualism in the past and present.
is the study of the neural mechanisms in the human brain that control the comprehension, production, and acquisition of language.
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"On the parallel evolution of syntax and lexicon: A Merge-only view", en: Journal of Neurolinguistics
and Watumull, J., The universal generative faculty: the source of our expressive power in language, mathematics, morality, and music, Journal of Neurolinguistics
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In Advances in the neurolinguistics
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The linguistic activity involves the nervous system, central and peripheral, also the incumbent neural network--which is why neurolinguistics
(inside neuropsychology) took it as its objective to study the relations between language and brain structures, going on the assumption that language (speech included) is based in the left hemisphere--the neurolinguistic
approach to the language (much like cognitive linguistics) taking over the 19th century interest in aphasia, in anatomic and clinical terms.