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(from the preface) Recent years have seen a steadily increasing interest in the relations between perception and action as well as among their specialized subsystems, along with a growing awareness that the systems and subsystems for perception-action interact extensively and cannot be studied independently from one another. This volume provides an advanced level treatment of the most salient issues within this general concern as applied to the main systems and subsystems for language perception-production; listening, speaking, reading, and writing. /// The main thrust of the book is directed towards the uniquely human abilities and cognitive structures whereby adults perceive and produce language, whether written or spoken. The book also touches briefly on developmental issues--in children (Studdert-Kennedy), in the history of languages (Cutler), in the evolution of species-specific language abilities (Studdert-Kennedy), and in the evolutionary relationship between language and other types of perception-action (Keele). It touches on typewriting (MacKay, Keele) and handwriting, or at least the breakdown in writing ability known as dysgraphia (Coltheart and Funnell). The book also includes discussion of the relations between functional brain architecture and information processing (e.g., Funnell and Allport, Keele, Monsell).
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