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ERIC Number: EJ131142
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Publication Date: 1975
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Utterances in vacuo and in Contexts: An Experimental and Theoretical Exploration of Some Interrelationships between What Is Heard and What Is Seen or Imagined
Blakar, Rolv Mikkel; Rommetveit, Ragnar
Linguistics, 153, 5-32, Jun 1 75
Criticizes psycholinguistic experiments where messages are presented in vacuo and where the linguist has no intention of conveying a message to the subject, who fills in his own contextual frame. When utterances were presented with pictures, they were remembered more accurately than when they were repeated ten times. (SCC)
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