- Date de réalisation : 20 Mai 2021
- Durée du programme : 64 min
- Classification Dewey : Linguistique
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The neuropragmatics of dialogue and discourse
In real life communication, language is usually used for more than the exchange of propositional content. Speakers and listeners want to get things done by their exchange of linguistic utterances. For this to be achieved, brain networks beyond those for recognizing and speaking words and establishing syntactic and thematic relations between them (who did what to whom) need to be recruited. The same holds for the alignment of speakers and listeners in conversational settings. In my presentation I will discuss some of our fMRI studies showing brain activations that were seen when processing language beyond the information given.