Speech errors as linguistic evidence, edited by Victoria A. Fromkin.


The Hague, Mouton, 1973.

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Subjects Linguistics -- Research.
Psycholinguistics.
Speech errors.
Series Janua linguarum. Series maior, 77.
Description 269 p. 27 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographies.
Contents Fromkin, V. A. Introduction.--Freud, S. Slips of the tongue.--Wells, R. Predicting slips of the tongue.--Cohen, A. Errors of speech and their implication for understanding the strategy of language users.--Hockett, C. F. Where the tongue slips, there slip I.--Boomer, D. S. and Laver, J. D. M. Slips of the tongue.--Laver, J. D. M. The detection and correction of slips of the tongue.--Nooteboom, S. G. The tongue slips into patterns. Fry, D. B. The linguistic evidence of speech errors.--Mackay, D. G. Spoonerisms: the structure of errors in the serial order of speech.--Celce-Murcia, M. Meringer's corpus revisited.--Hill, A. A. A theory of speech errors.--Fromkin, V. A. The non-anomalous nature of anomalous utterances.--Appendix: A sample of speech errors.
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(OCoLC)1009093
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