Promoting Cognitive and Psycholinguistic Development
by Morris E. Eson & Sean A. Walmsley — 1980
The terms "cognitive" and "psycholinguistic" may have come to suffer from the phenomenon known as semantic satiation, that is, a loss of meaning resulting from constant repetition. It would be useful, therefore, to consider the range of meanings of these terms at the outset of our discussion.
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