Versprechen und Verlesen

Eine psychologisch-linguistische Studie

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Versprechen und Verlesen (1895) is distinguished more by observational accuracy than by theoretical sophistication; but it is exactly this characteristic which has proved its lasting value. It is a scrupulously collected, usefully organized, and very large corpus of errors, providing material on which hypotheses can be tested and generalisations made. Others before Meringer had speculated about what speech errors might demonstrate; he was the first to attempt to find out. In this Meringer made a worthy and lasting contribution to linguistic and psychological study.

This fac simile edition is preceded by an Introductory article by Anne Cutler and David Fay.

[Classics in Psycholinguistics, 2]  1978.  xl, xiv, 207 pp.
Publishing status: Available | Language: German
Table of Contents
Preface
v
Table of Contents
vii
Technical Note
viii
Introduction
ix
1. The rationale for speech error analysis
ix
2. Meringer's “Versprechen und Verlesen”
xv
3. The authors
xxi
4. The Background
xxiv
5. Reactions to “Versprechen und Verlesen”
xxvii
6. Meringer and Freud
xxviii
7. Meringer's subsequent speech error work
xxxi
8. Conclusion
xxxiii
Notes
xxxv
Bibliographical References
xxxvii
Versprechen und Verlesen: Eine psychologisch-linguistische Studie (1895)
Rudolf Meringer (1859–1931) und Carl Mayer (1862–1936)
Appendix
205
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  79385869