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课程概要：This course aims to expand students’ vocabulary and improve critical reading and thinking skills. It is designed to provide you not only with basic reading skills, but also and enhance effective reading strategies for use across academic disciplines.
2. 课程名称：《Research Methods in Psycholinguistics》
课程概要：This course is an introduction to research methods in psycholinguistics. It aims to provide you not only with general knowledge of psycholinguistic research, but also hands on experience of conducting real research, including generating research ideas, designing a study, collecting data, analyzing data, writing up a short paper, and presenting your results.