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Grammatical Categories and Cognition: A Case Study of the Linguistic Relativity Hypothesis (Studies in the Social and Cultural Foundations of Language) Paperback – June 28, 1996

ISBN-13: 978-0521566209 ISBN-10: 0521566207

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"This is a thorough, well-conceived study which clearly improves on previous studies of this nature. This book is important reading for anyone interested in the relations between language and cognition." Language

"...worth reading for [its] thorough analysis and synthesis of scholarship on the linguistic relativity hypothesis and to appreciate the interrelationship of thought and language." Studies in Second Language Aquisition

"The overall achievement of Lucy's studies is very high....In sum, Lucy's experiments are the best support for the Whorfian hypothesis to date, because they concern a central aspect of language meaning, cover a variety of cognitive tasks, and have many methodological strengths." J. Peter Denny, Anthropological Linguistics

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