|Contributors:||Mike Gasser: Author|
Shakiya Shayan: Programming
This project challenges the way students think about language, and invites them to consider alternative views concerning the structure of language and the nature of its components. Familiar concepts such as words and sentences are replaced by abstract objects that contain the same informational content as more familiar symbols such as words, but are novel and therefore introduce new ways of thinking about semantic, phonemic and orthographic structure.
This module was created by the Indiana University Cognitive Science Program and is also available on their website: IU Cognitive Science Software.