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agrammatism

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A form of aphasia in which there is an impairment in ability to arrange words in their correct order, to use function words properly, and/or to use accidence appropriately in an inflecting...

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Chinese

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As a language name, “Chinese” is highly ambiguous. It is used to designate any of the following spoken languages: the official spoken language of the People's Republic of China, where ...

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CHOMSKY, (Avram) Noam (<i>born</i> 1928), Institute Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1976–2002, now Emeritus (Ferrari P. Ward Professor of Modern Languages and Linguistics, 1966–76)

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Social and Cultural History; Arts and Humanities; Linguistics; History; Philosophy; History of Medicine; Medicine and Health; Psychology; Education; Organization and Management of Education; Media Studies; Radio; Intellectual History; Literature. 808 words.

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clitic

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A linguistic item that resembles a word but cannot function independently because of its dependence on an adjoining word and can never be stressed. A clitic is thus intermediate between a...

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CUTLER, (Elizabeth) Anne (<i>born</i> 1945), Research Professor, MARCS Institute, University of Western Sydney, since 2006 (part time, 2006–13, full time, since 2013); Director, Max Planck Institute of Psycholinguistics, Nijmegen, 1993–2013, now Emeritus Director

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Reference Entry. Subjects: Social and Cultural History; Arts and Humanities; Linguistics; History of Medicine; Medicine and Health; Psychology; Education; Organization and Management of Education. 181 words.

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distinctive feature

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Any feature (1) or attribute of speech or writing that is relevant or significant inasmuch as it enables a contrast to be made between phonological, syntactic, or semantic units of a...

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double bind

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An inescapable dilemma involving conflicting demands that allow no right or satisfactory response. An influential theory of the aetiology of schizophrenia was put forward by the...

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inner speech

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The mental use of words or language without physical articulation of speech sounds. See also phonological loop.

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knowledge representation

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The data-structure techniques and organizing notations that are used in artificial intelligence. These include semantic networks, frames, logic, production rules, and conceptual graphs.

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lexicography

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The discipline of lexicography is the practical process of compiling dictionaries and related reference works, such as thesauruses, glossaries, concordances, and usage guides. Lexicography...

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