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Publication Date: 1992
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Group
Schiffler, Ludiger, Herr, Kay U.
The greater the publicity and the mroe spectacular the probouncements of Lozanov and others about their results, the more urgent the need for an investigation of Suggestology. During a four-year research project, Ludger Schiffler studied the creation, applications and reception of the Lozanov method. His primary research concerned its basic hypotheses in teaching foreign languages with new and unorthodox methods, such as using music and relaxation techniques. Both critics and advocates of suggestology will find many significant insights in Schiffler's conclusions, but the greatest beneficiaries of Schiffler's research will be teachers, linguists and anyone who is interested in learning a foreign language more effectively.Schiffler, Ludiger is the author of 'Suggestopedic Methods and Applications', published 1992 under ISBN 9782881245220 and ISBN 2881245226.
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