A Systematic Examination of Gibberish in a Multilingual Schizophrenic Patient

@article{Robertson1959ASE,
  title={A Systematic Examination of Gibberish in a Multilingual Schizophrenic Patient},
  author={J. P. S. Robertson and S. Jalal Shamsie},
  journal={Language and Speech},
  year={1959},
  volume={2},
  pages={1 - 8}
}
An investigation of gibberish in an Indian hebephrenic is reported. The patient's case-history is recounted and the several languages that he spoke are noted. The problems presented by his gibberish are listed. The procedure for recording and transcribing it is presented. Accounts are given of the method of classifying his verbal production and of investigations into the factors evoking the gibberish, its phonetic structure, and its sources. The desirability of further investigations along the… 
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