Lexical Cognition Ecology Neuroscience from the Perspective of Cognitive Linguistics

Hua Zhang

Ekoloji, 2019, Issue 108, Pages: 529-533


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Cognitive linguistics is a new method of language research. It is not only a single language theory, but also a research paradigm. It is a general term for many cognitive language theories. The cognitive linguistic regards the daily experience of people as the basis of language use and focuses on the inextricable link between language and general cognitive ability. In order to study the lexical cognition neuroscience from the perspective of cognitive linguistics, the experiment is carried out to test the lexical cognitive neuroscience. By pre-testing and post-testing the essays of the experimental and control students, lexical cognitive neuroscience can effectively improve the English writing level of secondary vocational students.


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