A quantitative analysis of grammatical categories as a measure of dominance
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The problem of the present research was to examine quantitatively certain grammatical categories as measures of an attitude, namely, degree of dominance. This problem grew out of the general theory that there is a close relationship between language and personality. Relevant experiments are cited. Since the dissertation entailed the quantitative analysis of grammatical constructions, a more thorough survey of work dealing with quantitative analysis of language is undertaken [TRUNCATED]
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Boston University Includes bibliographical references.
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