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51 studies are reviewed. Surveys of school populations have included the incidence of different types of defects. The etiology and the symptomatology of speech disorders are approached in studies devoted to a variety of possible factors, such as handedness, visual and other types of imagery,...
The 108 studies reviewed include those on apparatus, the vowel triangle, characteristic frequency zones of vowels, harmonic partials in the vocal cords, the source of characteristic vowel frequencies, the relation of the latter to cord frequency, synthetic vowels, consonants, the voice...
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A review of 114 titles, grouped under the headings: relation of psychology to linguistics, relation of language to thought, factors in language abilities, measurement of language capacity, influence of language abilities upon other performances, differences in language responses for groups and...
A review of 105 titles, grouped under the headings: general references, observations of language growth and learning, special devices, language learning and thought, bilingualism as a learning problem, effect of varying conditions, types of training and learning efficiency.
20 responses are reviewed. Language as a philosophical problem is coming to receive more recognition. Two trends in the theoretical literature are the Anglo-American neo-nominalism, basing its approach upon naturalistic, biological behavioristic considerations, and the German idealism, taking...
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