Language, Psychology, and Culture

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Stanford University Press, 1972 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 362 pages
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The personal and societal problems of bilingualism and biculturalism are analyzed by an authority in the field of psycholinguistics. Bibliogs
 

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Contents

Measurement of the Linguistic Dominance
1
Developmental Aspects of Second Language
9
The Influence of NounAdjective Order
32
The Use of Paretos ResidueDerivation Classification
38
The Influence of LanguageAcquisition
51
Linguistic Manifestations of Bilingualism 1959
63
A Pilot Study of Aphasia among Bilinguals 1959
72
Evaluational Reactions to Spoken Languages 1960
80
A Social Psychology of Bilingualism 1967
212
The Use of Tu and Vous as Forms of Address
236
A Psychological Investigation of French Speakers
243
Bilingual Organization in Free Recall 1968
252
Ethnic Identification and Personality Adjustments
266
Psychological Aspects of Motivation in Language
290
Psychological Studies of the Interdependencies
300
Measuring the Cognitive Consequences
331

Verbal Satiation and Changes in
97
The Relation of Bilingualism to Intelligence 1962
111
Psychological Approaches to the Study
160
Comparisons
197
The Effects of Speech Style and Other Attributes
338
Authors Postscript 1971
351
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WALLACE E. LAMBERT is a Professor of Social Psychology at McGill University.

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