Call a higher-order logic fully monadic if and only if all of its predicate constants (at any order) and higher-order variables (at any order) are monadic (and it has no function symbols). In /Solvable cases of the decision problem/, Ackermann proves that fully monadic second-order logic is decidable, and so complete. My question: has this result been, or can it be, extended to fully monadic logics of even higher order?

(My gut tells me it should be so extensible; failures of decidability stem, even in FOL, from having relational predicates, and so you'd expect so long as you keep away from them as you go up the hierarchy you'd be in the clear. But I'd like something more solid than my gut on this one.)