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CGSC 215 01 (12158) /LING215
Sign Languages and the Mind
Kathryn Zaremba
Th 2.30-4.20 WLH 014
Fall 2014 
No regular final examination
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Permission of instructor required

Analysis of sign languages at different levels of linguistic structure, such as phonology, morphology, syntax, and semantics. Related aspects of cognition in the visual modality, including working memory, the neural bases for sign language, and deafness and language development. Ways in which perspectives from manual/visual language study can inform general theories of linguistic structure, plasticity, and domain generality in cognitive science.