Emotion in Language

Theory – research – application

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| Leibniz University Hannover
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The miracle of children's language development and the joy of expressive language on the one hand and the vulnerability of language and the sorrow and grief caused by its distortion or even loss in people with aphasia or dementia on the other hand show us the inseparability of emotion and language in its extremes.

Although the ‘emotional turn’ promised a paradigmatic shift from a rationalistic towards an emotion-integrating conceptualization of language, hardly any interdisciplinary research has focused on the interplay between emotion and language. The present book covers the wide range of work on Emotion in Language with contributions from numerous disciplines in the three areas of Theory, Research, and Application. With contributions both from well-known pioneers in the area of this topic as well as from young scientists, the book offers a broad range of perspectives from linguistics and language development to neurology, psychology and developmental neuropsychology and to the fields of philosophy and phenomenology.

[Consciousness & Emotion Book Series, 10]  2015.  xi, 458 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction: From Logos to Dialogue
Ulrike M. Lüdtke
vii–xii
Theory
The developmental psychology and neuropsychology of emotion in language
Colwyn Trevarthen
3–26
Primal emotions and cultural evolution of language:: Primal affects empower words
Jaak Panksepp
27–48
Emotion on board
Jacqueline Nadel and Bora Han
49–68
The origins of emotion and language from the perspective of developmental neuropsychology
Iain McGilchrist
69–98
Language and emotion in Merleau-Ponty
Pauline von Bonsdorff
99–112
Enkinaesthetic polyphony:: The underpinning for first-order languaging
Susan Stuart and Paul J. Thibault
113–134
Emotion in language
Gisela Klann-Delius
135–156
Language and emotion: The cognitive linguistic perspective
Monika Schwarz-Friesel
157–174
Prosodic clustering in speech: From emotional to semantic processes
Anne Lacheret-Dujour
175–190
Embodied language and the process of language learning and teaching
Giovanni Buccino and Marco Mezzadri
191–208
Research
Research on the relationship between language and emotion - A descriptive overview
Ulrike M. Lüdtke and Chantal Polzin
211–240
Word valence and its effects
Ad Foolen
241–256
The occurrence of idioms in the emotion lexicon of children
Aivars Glaznieks
257–272
"Without language, everything is chaos and confusion ...": Corporal-emotional linguistic experience and the linguistic repertoire
Brigitta Busch
273–288
Giving horror a name: Verbal manifestations of despair, fear and anxiety in texts of Holocaust victims and survivors
Monika Schwarz-Friesel
289–304
Mediated emotions: Emotivity in the age of information and communication technologies
Heike Ortner
305–324
Silences as a linguistic strategy Remarks on the role of the unsaid in romantic relationships on the internet
Konstanze Marx
325–340
Application
Gradients of plasticity: Language and emotion in children with unilateral perinatal stroke
Lara Polse, Philip Lai and Judy Reilly
343–366
Mood, aphasia, and affective language comprehension
Martina Hielscher-Fastabend
367–398
What words can’t tell:: Emotion and connection between ‘borderline’ mothers and infants
Maya Gratier, Sara Dominguez, Emmanuel Devouche and Gisèle Apter
399–420
Affective and internal state language in high-functioning autism
Judith Levy and Christina Kauschke
421–444
Epilogue: Emotion in language can overcome exclusion from meaning
Bodo Frank and Colwyn Trevarthen
445–452
Index
453–458
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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