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Neuroscience and Multilingualism
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1. Assembling the pieces, the neuroscience disciplines essential for the study of language and brain; 2. Building the basis, linguistic contributions to a theory of language and their relevance to the study of language and brain; 3. Neuroscience applications to the study of multilingualism; 4. Exploring the boundaries of cognitive linguistics and neurolinguistics: re-imagining cross-cultural contributions; 5. Imaging technologies in the study of multilingualism: focus on BOLD fMRI; 6. Reassembling the pieces: languages and brains.

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With a sharp focus, this culmination of cutting-edge research offers a new neuroscientific model for analysing multilingualism.

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Edna Andrews is Professor of Linguistics and Cultural Anthropology and Nancy and Jeffrey Marcus Professor of Slavic and Eurasian Studies at Duke University, North Carolina.

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'Andrews does an impressive job of educating readers about new ideas in the neurobiology of language, reviews an enormous amount of data on the brain basis of speech and language processing, and throughout provides provocative theoretical perspectives.' David Poeppel, New York University

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