Description

Meaning and Symbolism was in part an attempt to present a comprehensive summary of thinking and research in Descriptive Psychology some five years after its overt beginning with the writing of "Persons" in 1964. In addition, it contained the first systematic Descriptive treatment of linguistic behavior. To date, it is the only such treatment (an abridgement of this material appears in "State of Affairs Systems") as well as the only occasion for a survey of Descriptive research .

Date Created

Spring 1969

Publisher

Linguistic Research Institute

Extent

205 pages; 10.86 x 7.81 inches

Document Type

Technical Report

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