Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||by Sara M. Stinchfield|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 331 p. :|
|Number of Pages||331|
Psychology of speech. The nature and origin of speechpt. II. Basic psychological aspects of speechpt. III. The development of speech and language in the childpt. IV. Personality and speechpt. V. The psychology of the audienceBibliography (p. ). Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hawk, Sara Mae (Stinchfield), Psychology of speech. Boston, Expression Co., (OCoLC) The first edition of "The Psychology of Persuasive Speech" () announced in its preface, "The aim of this book is to help its readers to become more effective motivators of human conduct." A most gratifying widespread use of the first edition over a span of fourteen years indicates that many teachers and students concur in this aim and have felt it was fairly well : $
A Jungian analyst in private practice, she is also the author or coauthor of numerous books, including The Wizards' Gate, Cinderella and her Sisters, The Wisdom of the Psyche, Picturing God, and The Feminine in Jungian Psychology and Christian Theology. Barry Ulanov served as McIntosh Professor of English and Chairman Cited by: For the first time, some key ideas in social, health and counselling psychology are brought together. This book considers how they can be applied in speech and language therapy practice to overcome challenges and enhance effectiveness when working with clients across all ages and types of speech, language and communications needs. Thinking and Speech. L. S. Vygotsky Author’s Preface This book deals with one of the most complex and difficult problems of experimental psychology, the problem of thinking and speech. To our knowledge, there has as yet been no systematic attempt to address this problem experimentally. An extended series of empirical studies is Size: 1MB. This speech was originally delivered by Charlie Munger to an audience at Harvard University in Speech Transcript. I am very interested in the subject of human misjudgment, and Lord knows I've created a good bit of it. I don't think I've created my full statistical share, and I think that one of the reasons was I tried to do something.
The Cognitive Psychology of Speech-Related Gesture offers answers to this question while introducing readers to the huge interdisciplinary field of gesture. Drawing on ideas from cognitive psychology, this book highlights key debates in gesture research alongside advocating new . Speech Perception and Spoken Word Recognition features contributions from the field’s leading scientists, and covers recent developments and current issues in the study of cognitive and neural mechanisms that take patterns of air vibrations and turn them ‘magically’ into volume makes a unique theoretical contribution in linking behavioural and cognitive neuroscience research 5/5(1). Part of book: Emotional Intelligence - New Perspectives and Applications. 5. The Bar-On Emotional Quotient Inventory (EQ-i): Evaluation of Psychometric Aspects in the Dutch Speaking Part of Belgium. By Mercedes De Weerdt and Gina Rossi. Part of book: Psychology - Selected Papers. 6. Reading Disorders and the Role of Speech-Language Pathologists. Psycholinguistics, or psychology of language, is the study of psychological states and mental activity that are associated with the use of language. Psycholinguistics is a cross-disciplinary field and draws upon ideas and findings from areas including cognitive psychology, theoretical linguistics, phonetics, discourse analysis, neurology.