nonlanguage

nonlanguage

(ˌnɒnˈlæŋɡwɪdʒ)
n
non-verbal communication
adj
of or relating to non-verbal communication
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We compared the condition-wise patterns amongst fMRI t-maps for the four types of visual stimuli: checkerboard (nonlanguage), words, sign language, and lip-reading (language).
This suggests the need to incorporate additional nonlanguage instructional supports in strengthening this evidence-based intervention.
Nonlanguage factors affecting undergraduates' judgments of nonnative English-speaking teaching assistants.
Accordingly, it is, Berger suggests, catachresis that facilitates the emergence of language out of nonlanguage.
The focus on rhetoric for the analysis of the RGD promotional campaign can provide an opportunity to study the use of language and nonlanguage artifacts and their role in constructing the antienvironmentalism discourse.
As Liddicoat and Scarino (2013) assert, 'Content-based language teaching Includes culture only to the extent that culture is considered to be relevant to the nonlanguage content.
(1992) Nonlanguage factors affecting undergraduates' judgments of non-native English speaking teaching assistants, Research in Higher Education, 33, pp.
Moreover, the scenarios are all relatively short (approximately 45 words) in order to minimize the contribution of nonlanguage (e.g., memory and executive functions) cognitive functions.
Only 10 maps accompanied their language theme with additional nonlanguage data (not including reference layers such as administrative boundaries or cities).
In other words, while one of the training reading lessons was delivered (ART or SR) in each class, the subgroup not receiving instruction would remain in a different room to receive nonlanguage arts instruction.
The modality of this repeated utterance that says nothing, promises nothing, neither refuses nor accepts anything, the tense of this singularly insignificant statement, reminds one of a nonlanguage or a secret language.