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INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER ONE. NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF FEEDBACK

1.1. Feedback phenomena at the cellular level of human neural structures

1.2. Intercellular communication: the spatio-temporal aspects of language processing

1.3. Inner dynamics at the systemic level of human internal organization

1.4. Multicellular path functioning: a reflex arc

1.5. Reflex and voluntary behavior

1.6. Relevant neuro-motor patterns

1.7. Sensory compensation

1.8. The pool model for internal balance

1.9. Signal specificity and the human brain

1.10. Conclusions

 

CHAPTER TWO. THE ROLE OF FEEDBACK IN LANGUAGE LEARNING

2.1. Language within  a program perspective

2.2. The closed-loop processes of neural network formation

2.3. Inter-schematic communication

2.4. Circular reactions in child development

2.5. Case’s executive controls theory

2.6. Circular and feedback exercise in language development

2.7. The closed-loop behavior of egocentric language

2.8. The generally feedback pattern in human learning and function

2.9. Conclusions

 

CHAPTER THREE. THE ROLE OF FEEDBACK IN LANGUAGE USE

3.1. Sensory signal processing by the brain

3.2. Managing multiple inputs: pathway length and efficiency

3.3. The feedback-reliant nature of the speech act

3.4. Inner speech

3.5. Orienting response of linguistic component

3.6. Module autonomy theories

3.7. Universalist approaches to language

3.8. Feedback phenomena and cognition

3.9. Language standards development or change

3.10. Conclusions

 

CHAPTER FOUR. FEEDBACK DEFICIENCY AND LANGUAGE IMPEDIMENT

4.1. Feedback deficiency and language motor component

4.2. Feedback functions and mental language processing

4.3. Eyesight impediment and feedback-mediated compensation

4.4. Hearing impediment and compensation

4.5. Learning difficulty and feedback functions

4.6. Human “information metabolism”: schizophrenia

4.7. Conclusions

 

GENERAL CONCLUSIONS

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

 

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