Neurolinguistics is a relatively new and very promising scientific discipline that emerged in the mid-20th century and has been actively developing during the last five decades. Generally speaking, its main scope is to investigate relationships between the human brain and language. This topic is highly relevant from both a theoretical (including philosophical issues) and a practical (including clinical implications and modelling in computer science) point of view. The results of neurolinguistics studies have been published in numerous scientific journals including <Emphasis Type="Italic">Neuroscience, Neuropsychology, Neurophysiology, The International Journal of Neurolinguistics, Brain and Language.
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