Title Description Interviewee Producer Duration
Hemispheric differences in language processing Language is usually considered to be processed in the left hemisphere (at least for right-handed people). Left-handed people often show the same pattern, but sometimes language is less lateralized. However, if one looks at language processing in... Angela Friederici goCognitive 00:07:01
Linguistics is more than grammar Dr. Friederici talks about the different components of linguistics – consisting not only of grammar or syntax, but also includes all other aspects of language. Semantics and the combinatorics of words in a sentence, phonology, and prosody all make... Angela Friederici goCognitive 00:02:21
Processing syntax and semantics in the left hemisphere The processing of language in the brain is quite complex. Most of the semantic and syntactic information is processed in the left hemisphere. Dr. Friederici addresses the straightforward question which brain areas are involved in this processing,... Angela Friederici goCognitive 00:08:30
The integration of prosodic and syntactic information between the hemispheres Prosody is normally processed in the right hemisphere, whereas syntax is normally processed in the left hemisphere. To integrate prosody and syntax we have to allow information to pass between the two – which means that information must travel... Angela Friederici goCognitive 00:02:28