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Eeg Activity During Speech Perception

  • A. F. Rocha
  • E. Francozo

Abstract

It was de Saussure, 1916 who first pointed out the difference between the concept of language as a system of sounds formed in the course of history and possessing its own dynamics, and speech as the process of transmission of information with the aid of a language. In such a context, “meaning” is considered as the system of generalizations about reality, represented by words and formed in the course of the social development of language; whereas “sense” denotes those relations which arise in the course of individual development and in which are reflected those aspects of the phenomena to be named.

Keywords

Speech Perception Partial Closure Text Perception Stressed Word Theoretical Linguistic 
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References

  1. de Saussure F., 1916, Cours de linguistique générale, Paris:Payot.Google Scholar
  2. Luria A.R., 1974, Cérebro y Lenguage; Barcelona: Editora FontanelaGoogle Scholar
  3. Haliday M.A.K., 1973, The tones of English, in “Phonetics in linguistics”, W.E. Jones and J. Laver eds., London; Longman, pp. 103–126.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Plenum Press, New York 1982

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. F. Rocha
    • 1
  • E. Francozo
    • 1
  1. 1.Dep. Fisiologia e BiofisicaUnicampCampinasBrazil

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