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Biological and social factors in psycholinguistics. Edited by John Morton.

Urbana, University of Illinois Press [1970] .
ISBN 9780252001727, 0252001729

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Subjects Aufsatzsammlung.
Description 215 pages illustrations 22 cm
Copyright Date [1970]
Notes Includes a paper delivered at the 2d International Congress of Applied linguistics and an expanded version of papers delivered at the 19th International Congress of Psychology.
Contents 1. The roots of language / Bernard Campbell -- 2. Can humans talk? / John C. Marshall -- 3. Explaining linguistic universals / David McNeill -- 4. Comparing and contrasting / Roger Wales -- 5. What could possibly be innate? / John Morton -- 6. The grammar of sign language and the problems of language universals / I.M. Schlesinger -- 7. Social and natural in semiotics / A.A. Leontiev -- 8. Syntax and semantics / Ruqaiya Hasan -- 9. The integrated study of language behaviour / Thomas G. Bever.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)146962
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WorldCat Identities Morton, John, 1933-
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