Month: June 2004

  • June Reading List

    The Psychology of Language – Trevor Harley An excellent introduction to psycholinguistics. It covers lots of ground that is of interest to psychologists & less so to linguists. So that’s stuff on speech production and perception (fun with phonemes) lots & lots of reaction time experiments, some elegant computer models of language acquistion & mercifully…

  • Glastonbury

    piccies: http://look.onemonkey.org/glast04 it was good but not great.. this was partly due to the energy sapping qualities of mud, the absense of any bands I absolutely had to see & being unable to rendezvous effectively with my nearests & dearests. but it had it’s ‘moments’ and I will return above all else I loved dancing…

  • Stasiland – Anna Funder

    http://www.granta.com/authors/1884 It was a good bookgroup choice. it was not a book i would have picked myself but I was really pleased to read it.. both because it was educational and cos she did a great job of telling the individual tales by which was illustrated the inhumanity of the vast impersonal and absurd bureaucracy…