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學生對 圣彼得堡国立大学 提供的 Neurolinguistics 的評價和反饋

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課程概述

This course introduces the key principles and goals of modern neurolinguistics. Neurolinguistics is a science that incorporates methods and paradigms of linguistics and neuroscience. This course discusses the main units and organizational principles of the human nervous system that underlie our language capacity. You will learn about the neurophysiological aspects of first and second language learning, discover clinical research in speech, reading and writing disorders, and also find out about speech disorders accompanying various psychiatric conditions. The course includes information on the history of neurolinguistics, modern techniques and methods of neurolinguistic research, and also provides detailed examples of several recent studies in the field. The outline of the course Module 1 introduces you to the main ideas and history of neurolinguistics. In this module you will learn how the human brain is organized and which cortical areas provide the basis for our language capacity. It also touches upon neuroevolution and the differences between the human brain and the brains of other mammals. In Module 2 you will learn about modern methods and techniques of neurolinguistic research, such as EEG, MEG, intracranial EEG, evoked and induced potentials. Module 3 continues the discussion of neurolinguistic research methods, introducing you to the fMRI method. It also provides examples of three recent neurolinguistic studies, detailing every stage: how the experiments were planned and conducted, and how the data was analysed. Module 4 discusses how children learn their first and second languages. It also touches upon the differences in the ways monolinguals and bilinguals process linguistic information. Modules 5 and 6 deal with clinical research in neurolinguistics. In Module 5 you will learn about aphasia. We will discuss the underlying causes of this disorder, its main types and different approaches to their classification and assessment. You will also learn about linguistic models based on aphasia data. Module 6 continues the topic of clinical research in neurolinguistics. In this module you will learn about auditory hallucinations in schizophrenia, their causes and treatment. This module also discusses brain asymmetry with regards to language and dichotic listening as a means of studying brain asymmetry. Module 7 is devoted to dyslexia and its comorbidities. This module will introduce you to four different approaches to dyslexia. You will also learn what longitudinal studies can tell us about dyslexia....

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MC
2020年5月28日

It was a wonderful experience. Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to learn these things online. This course is very helpful especially when you are dealing with Children.

EA
2020年7月4日

very informative......i ve learned a lot.......i ve liked the evidence based experience.....i loved the technics.. hope it will be a level 2 of this course

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1 - Neurolinguistics 的 25 個評論(共 68 個)

創建者 Norman l

2020年4月16日

i do not understad russian

創建者 Alisa A

2020年5月2日

Great class, however, it is fun yet difficult learning such subject in two languages at a time. Thank you

創建者 Anastasiia D

2020年8月14日

This course is in Russian and it is difficult to listen to a Russian speaking professor while looking at the slides with English names for different parts and processes of the brain, etc. Following subtitles is also destructing. Somehow there seems to be no warning or information that the course isn't in English. Please fix course description so that people can be prepared that the the lectures are in Russian.

創建者 Юра К

2020年5月25日

The course is great. The only problem for not English native speaker - you always need to check a dictionary for new, clever words, but it's worth it.

創建者 Гульнара И Т

2020年4月12日

Благодарю всю команду преподавателей online-курса "Neurolinguistics" за бесценный опыт и знания!

創建者 Панкратова Е К

2020年5月11日

Прекрасный, очень интересный курс. Но есть одно "НО", из-за незнания нужного уровня английского языка, лекторов не на русском языке не возможно было слушать, а переводы текстов были очень некорректны, что затрудняло изучение и понимания материалов.

創建者 Tatjana P

2020年5月23日

Extremely well prepared course. All the lectures have the updated information from the recent researches. The professors explain the content very well and the the things you can learn are really useful for anyone interested in linguistics.

創建者 TATIANA V

2020年6月7日

Thank you so much for this opportunity to learn neurolinguistics. I believe this course is very useful for those who develop their their new skills and knowelge. During quarantine days this course was as an oxygen for the brain.

創建者 Белянская Н Э

2020年4月7日

Здравствуйте, курс замечательный.

Однако почему-то изменилась первоначальная стоимость прохождения с получением сертификата с 1910 до 6500 рублей . Могу ли я оплатить по первоначальной стоимости?

Заранее благодарю за ответ.

創建者 Michelle C

2020年5月29日

It was a wonderful experience. Thank you so much for giving us the opportunity to learn these things online. This course is very helpful especially when you are dealing with Children.

創建者 Орлова Е А

2020年5月22日

Спасибо большое за курс, всем преподавателям и организаторам. Прослушав данный курс, я расширила свои познания в нейролингвистики. Есть еще к чему стремиться.

創建者 Балясникова А В

2020年5月19日

I thank all the professors for sharing such a useful and deep information! It was a pleasure to take part in this course. It was totally amazing, thank you!

創建者 Чуприянова Е В

2020年4月9日

It was a real pleasure to be taught by brilliant teachers! I was inspired by your researches! Now I want to make my own ones. Thanks a lot!

創建者 Alexandra O

2020年5月24日

Excellent course! Thank you for very interesting and deep content and also diversity of the topics

創建者 Ann O K

2020年5月26日

Thanks a lot to everyone who made this course available on-line! A truly thought-provoking content, clear structure, wide range of perspectives, and real experts teaching the course.

創建者 SANA J

2020年6月8日

Please make the entire course available in English!

創建者 Полякова Т М

2020年5月24日

Огромная благодарность организаторам курса! Все лекции доставили массу удовольствия мне, как лингвисту, почерпнула для себя массу новой информации, записала много авторов, чьи работы планирую изучить в будущем. Первой будет брошюра А.Р. Лурия по нейролингвистике "Речь и мышление". Я - учитель английского языка, практик с огромным стажем, однако наконец-то нашла нужные ответы на интересующую меня тему билингвизма. Ещё раз огромное спасибо за профессиональный подход и качественную организацию данного курса!

創建者 KF A

2020年11月30日

The course is really informative, the discussion is thorough and the visual aids really helped for easy understanding. I am really happy to jave learned something new about language, the neurological problems affecting language, the various language disorders, and dyslexia.I just hope someday I am able to conduct similar studies and helped children and adults with language and speech disorders.Thank you so much for this opportunity.

創建者 Dasha V

2020年7月12日

It is a very interesting course! Maybe a bit difficult for us who are not a doctor or some kind of scientist, but very useful for our knowledge about our brain. It will help me to be even better teacher and I am interested in learing more about neurolinguistics. It is our future. Thank you again for a wonderful course!

創建者 Constanza Q

2020年7月29日

I really enjoyed doing this course. It was very well organized, and considering how short it is, it is very thorough. I feel I have a general understanding of the most important issues in the field, and I'm sure I will come back to the readings and my notes in further studies!

Thank you very much for this experience.

創建者 Didar Z

2020年7月26日

Now, I have a clear understanding of brain function in speech. I am aware of aphasia and dyslexia types and their symptoms. There area few professors from abroad, and it was gripping to listen to them and learn about the brain. I highly recommend passing this course to defectology workers and neuroscientists.

創建者 Дашинимаева П

2020年6月7日

Dear Tatiana Vladimirovna and the other lecturers, you have presented a very interesting program!

THANK you very much.

My knowledge in psycholinguistics has deepened a lot.

P.S. I would participate in projects that focus on a multilingual brain (My home language is Buryat, second is Russian, third is English).

創建者 Sofia F d C

2020年7月3日

Great in-depth introduction on Neurolinguistics. It was fascinating to learn how our brain processes and produces language. The course also deals with the characteristics of language disorders such as schizophrenia and dyslexia. I definitely want to learn more about the topic. Thank you very much!

創建者 Колпакова Е В

2020年5月31日

Очень интересно и познавательно! Спасибо большое!

От себя хотела бы попросить, чтобы специалисты говорили каждый на своем на родном языке, так как из-за особенностей произношения на английском языке некоторых русскоговорящих лекторов не всегда было легко слушать и воспринимать информацию.

創建者 Lenshina O

2020年6月17日

Отличный курс, благодаря небольшой длительности видео было легко поддерживать мотивацию даже в трудных темах. Маленькими шагами я пришла к комплексному пониманию того, что такое нейролингвистика, как устроена система восприятия речи и говорения. Особенно понравился раздел про шизофрению!