The Psychology of Language Study Guide
By : ANNIE A. PARMIS and SHEENA MAE P. LUBRIO
Department of Liberal Arts and Behavioral Sciences (DLABS)
Studying the cognitive processes that allow us to understand and use language seems difficult knowing the intricacies of the Psychology course itself, and all the more when we combine it with language study. This study guide made it easy to understand the course on the Psychology of Language since it limits itself to topics most applicable to the students and others alike in this current state of the world. The Skits call for a higher level of mental discussion since nuances are presented in a psychological manner. Moreover, this study guide discusses some popular aspects under language comprehension, language production, and language acquisition. The Exercises can inspire the students to think big in answering the learning tasks while items found in the Assessments elicit further application of the knowledge (and wisdom?) gained from studying the lessons further. Do you care to sound and look smart? Find time to study the Psychology of Language, and there is more!