The goal of this series is to bring evidence from many psychological domains to the classic questions of linguistic theory. The fundamental question from which the others flow is: What is the mental representation of grammar? Evidence from all aspects of language are relevant. How is the grammar aquired? How is language produced and comprehended? How is the grammer instantiated in the brain and how does language breakdown occur in cases of brain damage? How does second language acquisition and processing differ from first language acquisition and processing? A satisfactory theory of language calls for articulated connections or interfaces between grammar and other psychological domains. The series presents volumes that both develop theoretical proposals in each of these areas and present the empirical evidence needed to evaluate them.
Book proposals for this series may be submitted to the Publishing Editor:
Jolanda Voogd, Publishing Editor, Springer, Van Godewijckstraat 30, 3300 AA Dordrecht, The Netherlands
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