Main Article Content


The article discusses the psycholinguistic features of teaching the Uzbek language to foreign cadets and students in higher military education. Since language is the source of society, psycholinguistics is included in the scope of the sciences that study social relations, including how knowledge is formed and transmitted in the mind. Psycholinguistics should not be seen as a science that consists partly of linguistics and partly of psychology. It is a complex discipline related to linguistic disciplines such as cognitive linguistics, linguocultural studies, neurolinguistics, which combines linguistics and psychology when learning a language, evaluating language learning as a mental phenomenon.

Article Details

How to Cite
Dilrabo Keldiyorovna Bakhronova. (2020). Psycholinguistic Factors of Foreign Language Teaching To Students and Cadets(on the example of the Uzbek language). GIS Business, 15(6), 155-161. Retrieved from