Does Visual and Auditory Word Perceptions have a Language-Selective Input? Evidence from Word Processing in Semitic Languages.
August 2008. Volume 3 Issue 2 TitleDoes Visual and Auditory Word Perception have a Language-Selective Input? Evidence from Word Processing in Semitic languages AuthorRaphiq Ibrahim University of Haifa, Israel Bio-Data Raphiq Ibrahim is a lecturer at the learning disabilities department of Haifa University and neuropsychologist in the cognitive neurology department at Ramba Medical Center in […]
June 2011 Volume 5 Issue 1 | June 2011 Index | PDF Version | Title Problems in Translating Collocations in Religious Texts from Arabic into English Bader S. Dweik & Mariam M. Abu Shakra Middle East University for Graduate Studies, Department of English Amman, Jordan Bioprofiles: Bader S. Dweik holds a Ph.D. in General Linguistics (Sociolinguistics) and […]