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ERIC Number: ED122625
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966
Pages: 400
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The Genesis of Language: A Psycholinguistic Approach.
Smith, Frank, Ed.; Miller, George A., Ed.
The fourteen papers are: "Developmental Psycholinguistics," by David McNeill; "Comments on 'Developmental Psycholinguistics'," by Dan I. Slobin; "How to Learn to Talk: Some Simple Ways," by Jerry A. Fodor; "The Acquisition of Russian as a Native Language, " by Dan I. Slobin; "Some Questions on the Child's Learning of Phonology," by Ruth H. Weir; "The Study of Articulation and Language Development during the Early School Years," by Mildred C. Templin; "The Development of the Phonological System in the Normal and the Deaf Child," by D. B. Fry; "Teaching the Deaf Child to Speak," by Ira J. Hirsh; "The Natural History of Language," by Eric H. Lenneberg; "Evolutionary Aspects of Language Development and Function," by Richard Allen Chase; "Ontogenetic, Genetical, and Phylogenetic Parallels between Animal Communication and Prelinguistic Child Behavior," by H. Kalmus; "Preparations for Discussing Behaviorism with Chimpanzee," by David Premack and Arthur Schwartz; "Comments on 'Preparations for Discussing Behaviorism with Chimpanzee'," by P. B. Denes; and "Reflections on the Conference," by James J. Jenkins. A discussion of each paper is provided. The papers are followed by an appendix consisting of abstracts of Soviet studies in child language and a topical guide to the abstracts. (CLK)
The M.I.T. Press, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139 (HC $10.00)
Publication Type: Collected Works - Proceedings
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Note: Proceedings of the Conference on Language Development in Children (Old Point Comfort, Virginia, April 25-28, 1965)