Motivation and language behavior: a content analysis of suicide notes.

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WHENEVER a person produces a message, whether it be conversation, an ordinary letter to a relative, or a suicide note, he employs a complex set of encoding habits. It seems reasonable to assume that these language habits are organized in much the same way as the habits underlying nonlanguage behavior and that the general principles of learning and… (More)

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