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Evaluational reactions to spoken languages.
Regarding language as an identifying feature of a national or cultural group, English and French students were asked to evaluate English-speaking and French-speaking speakers. Bilinguists were used
Base rate effects on the interpretations of probability and frequency expressions
Abstract Two studies were run to determine whether the interpretations of statements or forecasts using vague probability and frequency expressions such as likely, improbable, frequently, or rarely,
DIFFERENCES IN PERCEIVED COLOR AS A FUNCTION OF CHARACTERISTIC COLOR.
Memory for Gist: Some Relevant Variables
  • S. Fillenbaum
  • Mathematics, Medicine
    Language and speech
  • 1 September 1966
TLDR
A study of gist memory was carried out, indicating that, as expected, the gist effect was greater for contradictories than for contraries and for prefixed items than for unprefixed, phonetically distinct items ; the effect of these variables was interactive.
A pilot study of aphasia among bilinguals.
Inducements: On the phrasing and logic of conditional promises, threats, and warnings
SummaryThis study examines the purposive-causal use of IF in inducements (conditional threats and promises). It is shown that subjects are sensitive to the relations obtaining among conditional
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