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Neurolinguistics seeks to answer the question: How does the human brain process language? Using empirical approaches, we examine the neurophysiological foundations underlying a variety of linguistic processes ranging from prosody, phonology, and morphology to syntax and semantics. Neurolinguists work to line up linguistic representation, perception, and production with their neural substrates so as to understand the mechanisms of linguistic processing.

For more information have a look on the website of the research group Neurolinguistics.