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Author Geurts, Bart
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Subject Domain (in DDC) Computer science, information & general works ♦ Data processing & computer science
Subject Keyword Key Theoretical Concept ♦ Serious Lack ♦ Common Sin ♦ Neighbouring Discipline ♦ Poor State ♦ Case Research Question ♦ Extant Research ♦ Field Suffers ♦ Language Show Various Sign ♦ Experimental Result ♦ Twenty Study ♦ Large Portion
Abstract A large portion of the extant research on the neurocognition of language shows various signs of degeneracy: materials and instructions are often flawed, experimental results are misinterpreted in all sorts of ways, key theoretical concepts are ill-defined, and in some cases research questions aren’t even clear. This paper first discusses the most common sins in the literature on the neurocognition of language, and then proceeds to review twenty studies that exemplify the poor state of the art. I conclude that the field suffers from a serious lack of interaction with neighbouring disciplines. 1
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Education Level UG and PG ♦ Career/Technical Study
Learning Resource Type Article