Lecture, four hours; laboratory, one hour (when scheduled). Requisites: courses 20, 119A or 120A, 119B or 120B. Central issues in language comprehension and production, with emphasis on how theories in linguistics inform processing models. Topics include word understanding (with emphasis on spoken language), parsing, anaphora and inferencing, speech error models of sentence production, and computation of syntactic structure during production. P/NP or letter grading.

Review Summary

Clarity
10.0 / 10
Organization
10.0 / 10
Time
5-10 hrs/week
Overall
10.0 / 10

Reviews

    Quarter Taken: Winter 2022 In-Person
    Grade: A

    Overall, Jesse is an excellent lecturer! He was always prepared for class and had thoughtful, interesting presentations! The workload was not very heavy and the content was very interesting

Course

Instructor
Jesse Harris
Previously taught
23W 22W 21S 19F 19W 18S 18W 17S 17W 16S 15S 15W
Formerly offered as
LING C132

Grading Information

  • Has a group project

  • Attendance not required

  • 1 midterm

  • No final

  • 100% recommend the textbook

Textbooks

Textbook information not available.