An objective psychology of grammar.


Bloomington, Ind. : Principia Press, 1952.

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Subjects Grammar, Comparative and general.
Grammatik.
Language and languages.
Psycholinguistik.
Psychologie.
Description 344 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1952.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 315-328) and index.
Contents I. Why an objective psychology of grammar? -- II. Language adjustments and language things -- III. Psychological and conventional grammar -- IV. The linguist's opposition to psychology -- V. Psychological misconceptions in linguistics -- VI. Speech as a psychological phenomenon -- VIII. The psychology of grammar -- VIII. The fourfold organization of grammar -- IX. Semantics -- X. Syntax -- XI. Morphology -- XII. Phonology -- XIII. The problem of speech parts -- XIV. Person -- XV. Gender -- XVI. Case -- XVII. Tense -- XVIII. Number -- XIX. Voice -- XX. Mood. -- XXI. Direct and indirect speech -- XXII. Negation.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)7722404
(OCoLC)ocm07722404
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WorldCat Identities Kantor, J. R. 1888-1984.
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