Neurology, Neurolinguistics and the Process of Translation in the Brain
AbstractIn this article after introducing different views about how the brain functions in bilingual aphasics based on the neurosciences and neurolinguistic researches, the findings of these fields of research regarding translation process ، comprehension and production will be discussed. Then the writer’s view will be put forward. Based on the observations as well as the system of brain function it can be assumed that recovery of the language impairments in translation, comprehension and production regarding the brain self-organizing, can be influenced by the process of harmonizing of software of translation, comprehension and production with the hardware of brain and in a subtle view due to the recovery of impairments in decoding of languages.
How to Cite
Hesabi, A. (2008). Neurology, Neurolinguistics and the Process of Translation in the Brain. Translation Studies Quarterly, 5(20). Retrieved from http://journal.translationstudies.ir/ts/article/view/131