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ERIC Number: ED018157
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Jun-12
Pages: 57
Abstractor: N/A
Reference Count: 0
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SOME REMARKS ON STIMULUS-RESPONSE THEORIES OF LANGUAGE LEARNING. PSYCHOLOGY SERIES, TECHNICAL REPORT NUMBER 97.
CROTHERS, EDWARD; SUPPES, PATRICK
THIS TECHNICAL REPORT PRESENTS, IN SUBSTANCE, THE CONTENTS OF THE FIRST CHAPTER OF A BOOK IN PREPARATION DEALING WITH STANFORD UNIVERSITY EXPERIMENTS ON PARTICULAR ASPECTS OF THE LEARNING OF RUSSIAN BY AMERICANS WITH NO PREVIOUS EXPOSURE TO SLAVIC LANGUAGES. THE GENERAL AIM OF THE COMPLETED VOLUME WILL BE TO APPLY CERTAIN PRINCIPLES AND RESULTS OF MODERN LEARNING THEORY TO THE STUDY OF SECOND LANGUAGES BY YOUNG ADULTS. IN DELINEATING A CONCEPTION OF THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PSYCHOLOGY AND LINGUISTICS, THE INITIAL CHAPTER DISCUSSES PSYCHOLOGY AND SECOND LANGUAGE INSTRUCTION, PSYCHOLOGICAL THEORY, AND LINGUISTIC THEORY AND SECOND LANGUAGE LEARNING. ALSO PRESENTED ARE SOME REMARKS ON THE BASIC THEORETICAL RESULTS FROM THE MATHEMATICALLY-BASED THEORIES OF CONDITIONING TO BE APPLIED IN THE SUCCEEDING CHAPTERS ON THE ACTUAL EXPERIMENTATION. A LIST OF PERTINENT REFERENCES IS APPENDED. (AB)
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Authoring Institution: Stanford Univ., CA. Inst. for Mathematical Studies in Social Science.
Identifiers: CALIFORNIA; Stanford University CA