Language and Bilingualism: More Tests of Tests

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Bucknell University Press, 1991 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 175 pages
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This work provides a theoretical basis for the thesis that intelligence is fundamentally a problem of representing -- making sense of experience and representations of it. The theory has its basis in Peirce and Einstein. It is contended that a comprehensive theory of semiotic abilities is critical to educational and psychological testing and measurement theory.

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Contents

Introduction
3
Intelligence Semiosis and Biology
31
Intelligence Test Items
49
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JOHN W. OLLER, JR. is Professor and Head of the Department of Communicative Disorders at the University of Southwestern Louisiana and Director, Doris B. Hawthorne Center for Special Education and Communicative Disorders, Lafayette, Louisiana.

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