I= COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF BILINGUALISM AND MONOLINGUALISM UPON INTELLIGENCE AND ACHIEVEMENT OF CHILDREN
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Title of Thesis
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE EFFECTS OF BILINGUALISM AND MONOLINGUALISM UPON INTELLIGENCE AND ACHIEVEMENT OF CHILDREN

Author(s)
Nasim A. Lodhi
Institute/University/Department Details
University of the Punjab
Session
1971
Subject
Education
Number of Pages
398
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
bilingualism, monolingualism, intelligence, achievement, children, languages, mother tongue, educationists, bilingual children

Abstract
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S. No. Chapter Title of the Chapters Page Size (KB)
1 0 Contents
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2 1 Introduction 1
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  1.1 Importance Of Learning Other Languages 1
  1.2 Condition And Motivation For Learning Languages Other Than The Mother Tongue 4
  1.3 An Historical Perspective Of The Languages 12
  1.4 Newspaper Reports And Views Of Educationists 25
  1.5 Bilingualism 31
  1.6 Views Regarding The Effects Of Bilingualism 36
  1.7 Statement Of The Problem 41
  1.8 Significance Of The Problem 43
  1.9 Hypotheses 45
  1.10 Procedures And Methodology 47
  1.11 Delimitations 52
3 2 Review Of Related Literature 53
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  2.1 Biographies Of Bilingual Children 54
  2.2 Empirical Studies In Which Bilingualism Was Found To Have No Effect Upon Intelligence 58
  2.3 Empirical Studies In Which Bilingualism Was Found To Have A Favourable Effect Upon Intelligence 79
  2.4 Empirical Studies In Which Bilingualism Was Found To Have An Unfavourable Effect Upon Intelligence 89
  2.5 Empirical Studies In Which Bilingualism Was Found To Have No Effect Upon Achievement 132
  2.6 Empirical Studies In Which Bilingualism Was Found To Have Favourable Effect Upon Achievement 139
  2.7 Empirical Studies In Which Bilingualism Was Found To Have An Unfavourable Effect Upon Achievement 145
  2.8 View And Empirical Studies In Which Bilingualism Was Found To Have A Favourable Effect Upon Emotional Adjustment 175
  2.9 View And Empirical Studies In Which Bilingualism Was Found To Have An Unfavouable Effect Upon Emotional Adjustment 177
4 3 Methodology And Procedures 182
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  3.1 Samples 182
  3.2 Criteria For The Selection Of The Subjects 189
  3.3 Source Used To Obtain Information On Age 189
  3.4 Sources Used To Obtain Information About Socio-Economic And Educational Background 192
  3.5 Source Used To Check The Linguistic Background Of Bilingual And Monolingual Children 200
  3.6 Considerations Of Language In Testing The Bilingual Children 207
  3.7 Results In Favour Of Using Non-Verbal Tests 212
  3.8 Results In Favour Of Using Both Verbal And Non-Verbal Tests 214
  3.9 Results In Favour Of Using Individual Tests 217
  3.10 Instruments Of Measurement 218
  3.11 Procedures Applied In Administering All The Four Tests 244
  3.12 Physical Conditions 245
  3.13 Attitude Of The Subjects 246
  3.14 Sequence Of Test Administration 247
  3.15 Achievement 247
  3.16 Validities And Reliabilities 247
5 4 Analysis And Results 253
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  4.1 Symbols And Abbreviation 253
  4.2 Difference Between Bilinguals And Monolinguals In Intelligence 255
  4.3 Difference Between Bilinguals And Monolinguals In Achievement 264
  4.4 Sex Differences In Intelligence 276
  4.5 Sex Differences In Achievement 281
6 5 Summary, Findings And Discussion, And Recommendations 288
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  5.1 Summary 288
  5.2 Findings And Discussion 293
  5.3 Educational Implications Of The Present Research For Pakistan 318
  5.4 Recommendations 321
  5.5 Bibliography 325
  5.6 Appendix 343