Recognition of human language processing as human processing of information requires consistency with regard to notions as a processing system, processing of options, a program, information pool, signal specificity, and use of feedback. Human logical skill does not work in denial of the nervous system. The system shall be discussed as the information processing and managing structure, beginning with the single cell, and ending with the intricate connectedness of the human brain. Coherence averred in the above terms, natural feedback shall be appreciated for a principled phenomenon.
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Human language processing can be viewed as human processing of information. With a system, program, and options being necessary for information processing analysis, terms correlative with computer science should not be understood as an attempt to draw close a correspondence, as natural language remains a scope of skill unmatched by artificial parsing. Therefore, human neurophysiology shall be the primary reference for the following discourse to conclude with the role of feedback in human language command.
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