Discourse, Vision, and Cognition

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While there is a growing body of psycholinguistic experimental research on mappings between language and vision on a word and sentence level, there are almost no studies on how speakers perceive, conceptualise and spontaneously describe a complex visual scene on higher levels of discourse. This book explores the relationship between language, eye movements and cognition, and brings together discourse analysis with cognitively oriented behavioral research. Based on the analysis of data drawn from spoken descriptive discourse, spontaneous conversation, and experimental investigations, this work offers a comprehensive picture of the dynamic natures of language, vision and mental imagery. Verbal and visual data, synchronised and correlated by means of a multimodal scoring method, are used as two windows to the mind to show how language and vision, in concert, can elucidate covert mental processes.
[Human Cognitive Processing, 23]  2008.  xiii, 202 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Preface
xi–xiii
Chapter 1. Segmentation of spoken discourse
1–17
Chapter 2. Structure and content of spoken picture descriptions
19–38
Chapter 3. Description coherence and connection between foci
39–54
Chapter 4. Variations in picture description
55–77
Chapter 5. Multimodal sequential analysis and analytic tool
79–98
Chapter 6. Temporal correspondence between verbal and visual data
99–123
Chapter 7. Semantic correspondence between verbal and visual data
125–150
Chapter 8. Picture viewing, picture description and mental imagery
151–169
Chapter 9. Concluding chapter
171–178
References
179–191
Index
193–202
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Subjects
BIC Subject: JMR – Cognition & cognitive psychology
BISAC Subject: PSY008000 – PSYCHOLOGY / Cognitive Psychology & Cognition
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2007049098