DOI: 10.5772/intechopen.89791
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Abstract: Cognitive neuroscientific approaches to language(s) and brain in the twentyfirst century have made an important contribution to understanding the importance of the relationship of invariance and variation of language mappings across individuals, the dynamic nature of neurological processing of languages throughout the life cycle, and more ecologically valid modeling of cognitive processing that focus on the interactive nature of linguistic perception and production in the cultural context. Beginning with Ojema…

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