Language, Meaning, and Culture: The Selected Papers of C.E. Osgood

Synopsis

One of the most frequently cited scholars in the social and behavioral sciences, Charles E. Osgood has assembled his most important writings in this volume. Four decades of contributions to the field of psychology center on the human cognitive processes and their functional characteristics at three levels of human ecology: in individual humans, across human cultures, and for survival of the human species. An introduction by Oliver Tzeng is followed by eleven selections. A comprehensive bibliography of Osgood's writings completes this volume.

Additional information

Includes content by:
  • Oliver C. S. Tzeng
  • Charles E. Osgood
  • T. F. Karwoski
  • H. S. Odbert
  • C. E. Osgood
Publisher: Place of publication:
  • New York
Publication year:
  • 1990