Cognitive science Essay Topics

Linguistics and Language

1. The underlying assumptions, theories, and methods used by psychologiest, linguists, and researchers are believed to strongly affect the way each defines psycholinguistics. Please discuss some different conceptions of psycholinguistics in its relation to other branches of linguistics. Then, define yours. One of your reference should be “fundamentals of Pyscholinguistics by Fernandez and Cairns (2010)”…. View Article

Cognitive linguistics

The main trends of Cognitive Linguistics in works of foreign (American and European) scientists Problem task: What principles of cognitive linguistics did G. Lakoff pay much attention at ? Describe his idea. Describe the study of spatial relationships and types of movement in the conceptualization of language, the concept of imaginative schemes and types of… View Article

Applied Linguistics

American linguist Selinker put forward the hypothesis- interlanguage in 1969. He believed there were five cognitive processes to construct interlanguange. They are language transfer, transfer of training, language learning strategy, and language communication strategy and overgeneralization of target language linguistic material. I have some experiences regarding those aspects during my ten years’ English learning. As… View Article

Who I am?

Why am I the way I am? This question has entered my mind quite a bit in the past ten years. Growing up I have found myself to be quite different then the rest of my peers. My interests in life and other cultures around the world were lots different then individuals I was around…. View Article

Factors affecting students academic performance in English 11

Factors affecting the academic performance in English 11 of first year AB-English students of the School of Arts and Criminology Introduction Academic performance is one of the crucial areas of a learner’s life. Some learners may not be bothered if they progress or not, however, their parents are left with great distress if their children do… View Article

Unconsious Mind

1.) Explain how the use of substances alters a person’s state of consciousness, including depressants, stimulants, and hallucinogens. Include in this explanation what happens to the neurotransmitters and body chemicals as well as how you might recognize if a person at work or in your family is in an altered state of consciousness due to… View Article

Brief Summary of Daniel Willingham – Why Don’t Student Like School

The answer to the question ‘why don’t students like school’ was explained very clearly on the first chapter. It was made clear that our brains are slow and unrealiable. Our brains tend to avoid thinking, which makes it unlikely for us to like thinking. But apparently our brains release some amount of dopamine when there… View Article

Identifying the Aspects of My Self-Picture

Identifying The Aspects Of My Self-Picture Rachelle Spahr RX1020 Pharmacy Technician August 15, 2013 Professor Broome Identifying the Aspects of My Self-Picture Identifying the aspects of my self-picture that are not working for me wasn’t hard to accomplish. The things that do work for me on the other hand, are a little more difficult toidentify. I… View Article