Their corps, along with the Medical Corps physiciansArmy Nurse Corps nursesDental Corps dentistsVeterinary Corps veterinariansand Army M edical Specialist Corps dietitians, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and physician assistantsconstitute the officer corps of the Army M edical D epartment.
U ndoubtedly Whorf had it in mind to bring linguistics hdore the general public in a manner that had scarcely ever been attempted; in fact, he may be credited with being the first popularizer of modern linguistic science. Trager "The relationship of Uta-Aztecan and Tanoan" A nd the work of sanitary commissio ns reflected a climate for change highlighted by politically charged public oversight of military medical activities.
He was apparently the first to propose the term "allophone," now in common use among linguistic scientists. In he transferred to the St.
Developments in the Corps Rifled muskets fired the so-called minie ball-not a ball at all, but a heavy, conical bullet that did great damage when it smashed into flesh and bone.
It is not sufficiently iealized that the ideal of worldwide fraternity and cooperation fails if it does not include ability to adjust intellectually as well as emotionally to our brethren of other countries. The need for management expertise was also evident in the administration of Army hospitals.
Summary xi Chapter Page 7. Immediately following these exercises, all members of the audience are invited to attend the President's Reception which is described on the back cover of this program. T am inrre1JfeGro severar persons IocTurnisrring- inrormation and dOcuments which were necessary to the preparation of this edition.
Perhaps through the good offices of Sapir, he made contact with a native speaker of Hopi, who then lived, conveniently enough, in New York City. Second, the context representation changes with item presentation.
Still further ahead are the possible applications of sllch a science restoring a possible original common languagc of the human race or in perfecting an ideal natur on le I.
Oligosynthesis is a name for that type of language structure in which all or nearly all of the vocabulary may be reduced to a very small number of roots or significant clements, irrespective of whether these roots or elements are to be regarded as original, standing anterior to the language as we know it, or as never having had independent existence, theirs being an implicit existence as parts in words that were always undissociated wholes.
Those officers are joined by enlisted soldiers, noncommissioned officers, and civilians to form the complete team. The effects of Whorf's first formal studies in linguistics were noticeable and demonstrable. That children with conduct disorder have lower IQ than their peers "strongly argues" for the theory.
On looking into whether the same roots he found in Aztec would show up also in languages related to Aztec, he was immediately gratified by the results. McParlin, medical director of the Federal Army of Virginia, wrote that Americans should follow the lead of the Europeans.
At some time in his adolescence he began to manifest what might seem an almost pathological graphomania, for at the age of 17 he began to keep a diary, a practice which he continued throughout his life. In some cases, as with typhoid, the mechanics of transmission were known; in others, such as yellow fever and malaria, they were not.
D evelopments in the Administrative Specialties He later wrote that "the condition of the wounded in the big field hospitals in the rcar was so horrible, from the lack of attendants as well as of medicine, that we kept all the men we possibly could at the front.
However, psycholinguists did not consider verbatim and gist memory representations to be independent; the independence idea was introduced in fuzzy-trace theory. For example, at one point in his "Stem series" paper, he cites a series of Maya roots which he believed contained "all sorts " Edward Sapir, to whom Whorf at one time submitted the manuscript, pinned this comment to it: It may come as a surprise to some that Whorf's interest in linguistics stemmed from one in religion.
Fuzzy-trace theory integrates these topics by distinguishing between meaning-based memory representations—gist—and superficial verbatim representations of information.
Trager helped me decide which of Whorf's writings should be included. His passing was taken notice of by editorial obituaries not only in the local newspapers but also in such papers as the New York Times, and later, of course, in several scholarly journals.
One caution that needs to be stated in connection with the linguistic relativity principle, regardless of whether it is valid or not, is that the interest it has aroused and will continue to arouse should not be allowed to distract attention from the importance of language universals.
Shafter, who complained that the surgeon general "does not seem to appreciate the situation," had halted because his force could no longer handle the casualties. It seems that he had been deeply impressed by the fundamentalist shadings of his Methodist Episcopal religious background, which at times deeply preoccupied with this issue that he wrote a ,OOO-word manuscript on the Stl bject, described as a book of religious philosophy in the form of a novel.
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