Discourse Analysis of Multidisciplinary Research in Psycholinguistics

Keywords: multidisciplinary nature of research, psycholinguistic discourse.


The article examines the transition of modern science to multidisciplinary discourse, which makes it necessary to conceptualize and possibly operationalize methods of psycholinguistics. The conceptualization of new areas in a psycholinguistic context, presupposes a certain mental experience that includes, in addition to the processes of creating new concepts and contextual knowledge, also defining the role of interests, intentions, emotions in human activity.


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Tkach, T. (2020). Discourse Analysis of Multidisciplinary Research in Psycholinguistics. Psycholinguistics in a Modern World, 15, 246-249. https://doi.org/10.31470/2706-7904-2020-15-246-249