An informal newsletter concerned with the paralinguistic, kinesic, and proxemic aspects of communicative behavior was started by Mary Ritchie Key. Of particular concern is the relationship of linguistic structures and nonverbal structures as they correlate in the total communication event. The mailing list consists of scholars researching and/or teaching courses in various aspects of nonverbal behavior. This informal, me ans of connecting scholar with scholar is issued at irregular intervals, whenever enough items come in (the readers being the source of the new items). The first issue appeared in the spring of 1972. All correspondence and news items should be addressed-to: Mary Ritchi Key, Associate Professor, Program in linguistics, University of California at Irvine, Irvine, California, 92664 (Communicated by Mary Ritchie Key). Several research groups in Mexico manifest an increasing interest in psycholinguistics. A team of psychologists, directed by Prof. Guerrero, worked in the comparative area of psycholinguistics (on the basis of the semantic differential). In spring 1973, a psycholinguistic approach was introduced in several research studies, under the direction of T. Slama-Cazacu, at the Institute of Social Investigations (the group chaired by Dr. 0. Urribe Villegas: Maria Luisa de Gomezgil, Regina de Ottalengo, Leticia Ruiz de Chavez,
Linguistics - An Interdisciplinary Journal of the Language Sciences – de Gruyter
Published: Jan 1, 1976
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