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COGNITIVE LINGUISTICS
MENTAL
CONSTRUCTION
EVANS
SEMANTICS
METHODOLOGY
SERIES
ARGUES
FRAMEWORKS
RESEARCH INTERESTS
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Definitions

  1. Cognitive linguistics is a central part of cognitive science.
  2. Cognitive Linguistics is an interdisciplinary journal of Cognitive Science.
  3. Cognitive linguistics is a collection of various ideas having a loose affinity with one another.
  4. Cognitive linguistics is one of the most rapidly expanding schools in linguistics with, by now, an impressive and complex technical vocabulary. (Web site)
  5. Cognitive linguistics: the experiential dynamics of metaphor.

Cognitive Linguistics

  1. Gilles Fauconnier has written a brief, manifesto-like introduction to Cognitive linguistics, which compares it to mainstream, Chomsky-inspired linguistics.
  2. Cognitive Linguistics is divided into two main areas of study: cognitive semantics and cognitive approaches to grammar.
  3. Geeraerts (1995) provides a brilliant summary of how Cognitive Linguistics and generative grammar differ in their commitment to cognition. (Web site)

Mental

  1. An Idealized_Cognitive_Model, ICM or Frame is the name given in cognitive linguistics to the mental representation known as "meaning".
  2. Some background in cognitive linguistics, especially mental spaces theory, is recommended. (Web site)
  3. For a review of the research on metonymy in Cognitive Linguistics, see Barcelona (1988, 2000a), Gibbs (1994, Ch.7), and Ruiz de Mendoza (1999).
  4. The term Gestalt, a central term in psychology and cognitive linguistics is used in many other works for defining conceptions like frames (Fillmore (1982)).
  5. Cognitive Linguistics presents a forum for high-quality linguistic research on topics which investigate the interaction between language and cognition.

Construction

  1. Semantics, syntax, acquisition of syntax and semantics, cognitive linguistics, construction grammar. (Web site)
  2. Smith, K. (1999) Cognitive linguistics and connectionist models of language acquisition.
  3. However, FCG does have some additional properties that might place it closer to particular branches of construction grammars or cognitive linguistics.

Evans

  1. Vyvyan Evans is Professor of Cognitive Linguistics at the University of Brighton and author and editor of numerous books relating to cognitive linguistics. (Web site)
  2. On the whole, the book by Evans and Green is without any doubt an extremely valuable introduction to the increasing field of cognitive linguistics.

Semantics

  1. In Metaphor in cognitive linguistics, Steen and Gibbs (eds.).
  2. Cognitive linguistics, more than generative linguistics, seek to mesh together these findings into a coherent whole.
  3. There are a number of hypotheses within cognitive linguistics that differ radically from those made in Generative linguistics.
  4. COGLING is a discussion list for Cognitive Linguistics, and the study of metaphor. (Web site)
  5. Research in cognitive linguistics has yielded valu-.

Methodology

  1. Papers dealing with application of methodology based on metaphor analysis and cognitive linguistics are particularly welcome. (Web site)
  2. Cognitive linguistics: foundations, scope and methodology, ed. (Web site)

Series

  1. In press for 2007, to be published in the 'Advances in Cognitive Linguistics' series by Equinox.
  2. Of the several textbooks I own devoted to introducing cognitive linguistics, the best one is the Cambridge series one by Croft and Cruse.

Argues

  1. Insights and developments from cognitive linguistics are becoming accepted ways of analysing literary texts, too. (Web site)
  2. David McNeill has also provided important empirical evidence for cognitive linguistics from his research on gesture.
  3. I will apply it in my contribution to the congress of the International Cognitive linguistics Association to be held in July 2003.
  4. It was work done towards a PhD in Cognitive Linguistics at the University of Melbourne (part-time) between mid-1990 and 1994.
  5. This fact corresponds to the methodical basis of today-s Cognitive Linguistics.

Frameworks

  1. There are also people in computer science who have worked on computational modelling of the frameworks of cognitive linguistics. (Web site)
  2. Over the past decade, Cognitive Linguistics has grown to be one of the most broadly appealing and dynamic frameworks for the study of natural language.
  3. It also critically reviews the main theoretical approaches and frameworks within Cognitive Linguistics. (Web site)

Research Interests

  1. Her research interests are in cognitive linguistics as applied to psychotherapy, qualitative research and developmental coordination disorder.
  2. His research interests include Cognitive Linguistics and the grammar of contemporary English (especially "change constructions"). (Web site)

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