Cultural, Psychological and Typological Issues in Cognitive Linguistics

Selected papers of the bi-annual ICLA meeting in Albuquerque, July 1995

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| University of the Air, Chiba City, Japan
| University of Aarhus
| University of New Mexico
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Cognitive linguistics is nothing if not an interdisciplinary and comparative enterprise. This collection addresses both the implications OF and the implications FOR cognitive linguistics of psycholinguistic, computational, neuroscientific, cross-cultural and cross-linguistic research.
[Current Issues in Linguistic Theory, 152]  1999.  viii, 338 pp.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Masako K. Hiraga, Chris Sinha and Sherman Wilcox
Part I: Cultural Patterns, language and cognition
Foxy chicks and Playboy bunnies: A case study in metaphorical lexicalization
Caitlin Hines
9
The domain of ancestral spirits in Bantu noun classification
Gary B. Palmer and Dorothea Neal Arin
25
DEFERENCE as DISTANCE: Metaphorical base of honorific verb construction in Japanese
Masako K. Hiraga
47
Spatial conceptualization of time in Chinese
Ning Yu
69
Part II: Psycholinguistic and Neurolinguistic approaches
An “intersubjective” method for cognitive-semantic research on polysemy: The case of get
Jarno Raukko
87
Prepositional semantics and the fragile link between space and time
Sally Rice, Dominiek Sandra and Mia Vanrespaille
107
Computability as a limiting cognitive constraint: Complexity concerns in metaphor comprehension about which cognitive linguists should be aware
Tony Veale, Diarmuid O'Donoghue and Mark Keane
129
Metaphor vs. conflation in the acquisition of polysemy: The case of see
Christopher R. Johnson
155
Acquisition of the Finnish conditional verb forms in formulaic utterances
Anneli Kauppinen
171
Cognitive compositionality: An activation and evaluation hypothesis
Hans Strohner and Gijsbert Stoet
195
Perceptual simulation in conceptual tasks
Lawrence W. Barsalou, Karen Olseth Solomon and Ling-Ling Wu
209
Dynamic conceptualization and the substitution of nouns and verbs in aphasia
M. Kimberly Kellogg
229
Neuroscientific evidence against Wierzbicka's analysis of the meanings of basic color terms
David Kemmerer
249
Part III: Typological issues
Specification in grammar
Tania Kuteva
269
The typology of 1st person marking and its cognitive background
Johannes Helmbrecht
285
Emergent grammatical relations: Subjecthood in Kapampangan
William C. Morris
299
The story of “break”: Cognitive categories of objects and the system of verbs
Yoko Fujii
313
Index
333
List of Contributors
337
“[...] the present volume can be strongly recommended for its perceptive discussions [...].”
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BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
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