Dynamic Psycho-linguistics: The Impact of the Social Interaction System in the Individual Psycholinguistic Prototype

Dr.Sc. Silva IBRAHIMI, Dr.Sc. Vera OSTRENI, Dr.Sc. Elisabeta KAFIA, Dr.Sc. Ervin IBRAHIMI

Abstract


Speaking is a cognitive, motor activity apparently simple, which differentiates men from other animals and is made possible by a vast network of cerebral, cortical and subcortical structures. Language implies the relationship of the human being to his world while Psycholinguistics is the dynamic language process that leads to a mutual connection with the world external and with the other, which is other than self. In the history of Albanian psycho-pedagogical thinking there are evidences that reveal the efforts and contributions to understand and interpret the phenomena and problems directly related to the development and education of students of different school ages. The discussion of complex linguistic topics, communication and relationships is related not only to the exhaustion of the definition, but also the ability to take into consideration the circumstances that make them a social-ethnic reference system with the contribution of main references such as linguistic psychology, philosophy of language, linguistics and semiotics, cognitive level analysis and phenomenological aspects in a daily dimension, but also in the form of meanings, concept of reciprocity, social connotation and the dynamic process in the whole.

Keywords


psycholinguistics; communication; psycho-pe-dagogical thinking; education of psycho-linguistic construct;

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DOI: 10.21113/iir.v10i1.568

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