Przetwarzanie języka/mowy w umyśle/mózgu na tle wyników wybranych eksperymentów neurolingwistycznych


This paper aims at presenting the development of modern neurolinguistic research by providing its review and summary. At the end, the author includes a catalog of correlations between
language functions and neural networks as well as an extensive bibliography, containing selected publications in the field of neurolinguistics.
Key words: neurolinguistics, experiment, language function, neural network

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NowakT. (2016). Przetwarzanie języka/mowy w umyśle/mózgu na tle wyników wybranych eksperymentów neurolingwistycznych. Logopedia Silesiana, (5), 112-137. Retrieved from

Tomasz Nowak
Instytut Języka Polskiego, Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach 

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