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14.   Hrkrick, C. Judson. A Neurologist Makes Up His Mind. The Mellon Lec-
ture, Univ. of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine, May, 1939. Scientific Monthly. Aug., 1939.
15.   Johnson, Wendell. Language and Speech Hygiene; An Application of Gen-
eral Semantics. Outline of a Course, Iowa Univ. General Semantics Monographs, No. I. Institute of General Semantics, Chicago, 1939.
16.   Kendig, M. Language Re-Orientation of High School Curriculum and Scien-
tific Control of Neuro-Linguistic Mechanisms for Better Mental Health and Scholastic Achievement. Presented before Educ. Section, A.A.A.S., St. Louis, Dec, 1935. Reproduced from No. 21.
17.       Book Reviews for Students of General Semantics; First Series. The Psy-
chiatric Exchange of the III. State Institutions. March, 1939.
18.       Comments on the Controversy over the 'Nature and Constancy of the I.Q. as
a Measure of Potential Growth'. Educational Method. Jan., 1940.
19.   Keyser, Cassius J. Mathematics and the Science of Semantics. Scripta
Mathematica. May, 1934.
20.   Korzybski, A. Preface to First Edition, Science and Sanity, 1933. Separately
published. Institute of General Semantics, Chicago.
21.       General Semantics: Papers from the First American Congress for General
Semantics, 1935. With an introductory 'Outline of General Semantics' by Alfred Korzybski and other related contributions. Bibliography. Collected and arranged by Hansell Baugh. (Author index Korzybski) Arrow Editions, New York, 1938. Distributed also by the Institute of General Semantics, Chicago.
22.       Outline of General Semantics; The Application of Some Methods of Exact
Sciences to the Solution of Human Problems and Educational Training for General Sanity. Presented before First American Congress for General Semantics, Ellensburg, Wash., 1935. Reproduced from No. 21.
23.       Neuro-Semantic and Neuro-Linguistic Mechanisms of Extensionalization;
General Semantics as a Natural Experimental Science. Presented before the Psychology Section, A.A.A.S., St. Louis, Dec, 1935. Amer. Jour, of Psychiatry. July, 1936.
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25.       General Semantics; Extensionalization in Mathematics, Mathematical Physics
and General Education. Three papers presented before annual meetings of the Amer. Math. Soc, 1935, 1938, 1939. With an introductory Outline of General Semantics. General Semantics Monographs No. II. Institute of General Semantics, Chicago, 1941.
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27.       General Semantics, Psychiatry, Psychotherapy and Prevention. Paper pre-
sented before the Amer. Psychiatric Asso., May, 1940. Amer. Jour, of Psychiatry. Sept., 1941.
28.       Introduction to Second Edition, Science and Sanity, 1941. Separately pub-
lished. Institute of General Semantics, Chicago.
29.   Michie, S. A New General Language Curriculum for the Eighth Grade.
Modern Language Jour. Feb., 1938.
30.   Semmelmeyer, M. The Application of General Semantics to a Program for
Reading Readiness. Paper presented before the Third Annual Conference on Reading, University of Chicago, June, 1940. Institute of General Semantics, Chicago. An abridgement of this paper is published in the proceedings of the conference, Reading and Pupil Development, under the title, 'Promoting Readiness for Reading and for Growth in the Interpretation of Meaning*. Suppl. Educ Monographs, No. 51. October, 1940. Univ. of Chicago Press.
31.   Weinberg, A. M.. General Semantics and the Teaching of Physics. Amer.
Physics Teacher. April, 1939.
32.   Weyl, Hermann. The Mathematical Way of Thinking. Studies in the His-
tory of Science. Univ. of Pa. Press, 1941. Latest list of publications available from Institute of General Semantics, Lake-ville, Connecticut.