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(1973). Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. I, 1972: Information Theory Measures of Grammatical Goodness of Fit. Wilbur A. Hass and Joseph M. Wepman. Pp. 175-181.. Psychoanal Q., 42:315.
Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing: Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. I, 1972: Information Theory Measures of Grammatical Goodness of Fit. Wilbur A. Hass and Joseph M. Wepman. Pp. 175-181.

(1973). Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 42:315

Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. I, 1972: Information Theory Measures of Grammatical Goodness of Fit. Wilbur A. Hass and Joseph M. Wepman. Pp. 175-181.

Hass and Wepman present a technical discussion of the reasons for the decreasing use of information theory in the study of generative grammars. They make some suggestions concerning the continuing relevance of information theory in some areas of psycholinguistic research, especially research into novel grammatical phenomena.

The book review section of this issue (No. 2) is especially interesting because of two reviews of the same book, Language and Mind by Noam Chomsky. Presumably Chomsky will respond to his critics in a future issue. Both reviews raise the question of the relationship of Chomsky's political activity to his language theories.

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(1973). Journal of Psycholinguistic Research. I, 1972. Psychoanal. Q., 42:315

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