Reference books are a great way to get started with a new topic or find background information. There are many dictionaries and encyclopedias that describe psychological or linguistic terms. See the Psychology and Linguistics subject guides for additional reference sources.
Concise scholarly articles on historical, comparative and typological linguistics as well as on applied subdisciplines. Covers core areas such as phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics and pragmatics. Includes bibliographical references, illustrations and diagrams.
Covering anatomy, physiology, neuropsychology, clinical neurology, neuropharmacology, evolutionary biology, genetics, and behavioral science, this four-volume encyclopedia contains over 200 peer reviewed signed articles from experts around the world.
Published jointly with the Annenberg School of Communications at the University of Pennsylvania, this is the first attempt to survey and define the communications field with more than 550 original articles.
A comprehensive introduction to research in all branches of the field of linguistics, from syntactic theory to ethnography of speaking, from signed language to the mental lexicon, from language acquisition to discourse analysis.