Language and Bilingualism: More Tests of Tests
Bucknell University Press, 1991 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 175 pages
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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