Classics in Psycholinguistics

Publishing status: Discontinued
This series provides students with new editions of seminal works from Europe and America which appeared during the last quarter of the 19th and the early decades of the 20th century, when psycholinguistics emerged as an important area of interdisciplinary study.
ISSN 0165-716X
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1075/cipl
Board
General Editor
E.F.K. Koerner | ZAS, Berlin
Advisory Editorial Board
Ursula Bellugi | San Diego
John B. Carroll | Chapel Hill, N.C.
Robert Grieve | Edinburgh
Yvan Lebrun | Brussels
Brigitte Nerlich | Nottingham
Dan I. Slobin | Berkeley
Volumes
5
Philipp Wegener (1848–1916)
1991. lii, viii, 214 pp.
4
Edited by Paul Eling
1994. xvi, 392 pp.
3
Leonard Bloomfield
1983. xxxviii, x, 335 pp.
2
Rudolf Meringer (1859–1931) und Carl Mayer (1862–1936)
1978. xl, xiv, 207 pp.
1
Albert Thumb (1865–1915) and Karl Marbe (1869–1953)
1978. lxiii, 108 pp.
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