LINGUIST List 11.2257

Wed Oct 18 2000

Qs: Word Processing in Greek,Psychology and Reading

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  1. Arthur Wang, Word Processing in Greek
  2. Robert Inglis, Gestalt psychology and the psychology of reading

Message 1: Word Processing in Greek

Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2000 10:17:06 +0800
From: Arthur Wang <nlp0421gz.cngb.com>
Subject: Word Processing in Greek

Dear linguists:

How can I type Greek in MS Word97? I tried inserting symbols but the speed 
is intolerable, and the letters were too widely scattered. Thanks for any 
help!

Arthur Wang
Guangdong University of Foreign Studies
Guangzhou, 510420 P. R. CHINA
Email: nlp0421gz.cngb.com ;;arthur_jy_wangyahoo.com ; 
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Message 2: Gestalt psychology and the psychology of reading

Date: Sun, 15 Oct 2000 17:52:30 GMT
From: Robert Inglis <robertinglishotmail.com>
Subject: Gestalt psychology and the psychology of reading

Hello!

Could anyone recommend to me books/journal articles that relate Gestalt 
psychology (particularly its notions of 'figure' and 'ground') to the 
psychology of reading, and/or to analysis of cultural writing systems?

Thanks,
Robert Inglis
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