Chapter published in:Grammar and Cognition: Dualistic models of language structure and language processing
Edited by Alexander Haselow and Gunther Kaltenböck
[Human Cognitive Processing 70] 2020
► pp. 59–89
Dual process frameworks on reasoning and linguistic discourse
The objective of the present paper is to compare two kinds of research traditions that developed in the course of the last decades to understand mental and linguistic processing. One tradition relies on the perspective and methodology commonly used in social psychology, cognitive psychology and related fields, while the other is rooted in some form or other in linguistics, drawing mainly or exclusively on language data. In both research traditions it has been argued that certain parts of human behavior exhibit a dualistic organization which can be described in terms of dual process frameworks of analysis. The paper argues that findings made in psychological and linguistic work exhibit a number of commonalities which are in need of explanation.
Keywords: analyzability, coherence, context, control, intuitive behavior, macrostructure, microstructure, reflective behavior
Published online: 12 November 2020
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