Edited by Michel Aurnague and Dejan Stosic
[Human Cognitive Processing 66] 2019
► pp. 250–288
Casting an eye on motion events
Eye tracking and its implications for linguistic typology
In the last few decades there have been several attempts to connect language use with cognitive mechanisms underlying event representation. This language-thought interface is difficult to capture and highly debated. This chapter provides an overview of empirical and experimental studies relevant to this debate, focusing on the relation between eye movements, categorization and linguistic variation in the domain of motion events. It raises theoretical and methodological questions that have important implications for linguistic typology and cognitive studies more generally.
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