LINGUIST List 6.875

Mon 26 Jun 1995

Qs: Electronic informants, Japanese hist/lx, Hypnosis and L2

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Message 1: Electronic informants needed!

Date: Mon, 19 Jun 95 12:28
From: SUE BLACKWELL <BLACKWELLSAvms1.bham.ac.uk>
Subject: Electronic informants needed!

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This is posted on behalf of an MA student at Birmingham University
who is not on the list. For the purposes of his research he needs
native speakers of German and Italian to translate 60 short English
sentences into their own language.

If you are willing to volunteer, please send a message to:

 bastaj-pm4-arts.bham.ac.uk (Tony Bastow)

- and he will send you the sentences by e-mail.

Thanks!

Sue Blackwell
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Message 2: Query: Japanese hist/lx

Date: Mon, 19 Jun 95 22:17:21 BSQuery: Japanese hist/lx
From: <iadcogsci.ed.ac.uk>
Subject: Query: Japanese hist/lx

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Dear colleagues,

I'm writing on behalf of a friend who is an amateur (but highly competent)
historical linguist. He's looking for a list of good historical works on
Japanese (including both work on the development of the language, especially
its phonology, throughout the written period and work on reconstructing its
prior unrecorded form(s) and history) written in either English or German.
Can you help me compile such a list? I'll post a summary in a fortnight.

Gratefully,
--Ivan A Derzhanski (iadcogsci.ed.ac.uk)
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Message 3: hypnosis and teach/learning a L2.

Date: Tue, 20 Jun 1995 01:34 ESThypnosis and teach/learning a L2.
From: <RAKINGargo.acs.oakland.edu>
Subject: hypnosis and teach/learning a L2.

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My name is Richar King (rakingargo.acs.oakland.edu). I am a grad student
in linguistics. I am looking for info concerning the use of hypnosis
(age-regression) to teach or learn a L2. If I could be put in contact with
 someone who is /has doing/done research along this line I would be eternally
grateful. for I would like to write my thesis concerning this.
Please excuse the typos.Thank you , dick king
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