Text Representation

Linguistic and psycholinguistic aspects

Editors
| University of Utrecht
| University of Tilburg
| Free University of Amsterdam
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This book brings together linguistics and psycholinguistics. Text representation is considered a cognitive entity: a mental construct that plays a crucial role in both text production and text understanding.
The focus is on referential and relational coherence and the role of linguistic characteristics as processing instructions from a text linguistic and discourse psychology point of view. Consequently, this book presents various research methodologies: linguistic analysis, text analysis, corpus linguistics, computational linguistics, argumentation analysis, and the experimental psycholinguistic study of text processing. The authors compare, test, and evaluate linguistic and processing theories of text representation.
A state of the art volume in an emerging field of interest, located at the very heart of our communicative behavior: the study of text and text representation.
[Human Cognitive Processing, 8]  2001.  viii, 363 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Preface
vii
Text representation as an interface between language and its users
Ted J.M. Sanders and Wilbert Spooren
1
Section 1. A ccessibility in text and text processing
27
Accessibility theory: An overview
Mira Ariel
29
The influence of text cues on the allocation of attention during reading
Michelle L. Gaddy, Paul van den Broek and Yung-Chi Sung
89
Lexical access in text production: On the role of salience in metaphor resonance
Rachel Giora and Noga Balaban
111
Section 2. Relational coherence in text and text processing
125
Semantic and Pragmatic relations and their intended effects
Alistair Knott
127
On the production of causal-contrastive although sentences in context
Leo Noordman
153
Beyond elaboration: The interaction of relations and focus in coherent text
Alistair Knott, Jon Oberlander, Michael O’Donnell and Chris Mellish
181
Unstressed en /and as a marker of joint relevance
Henk Pander Maat
197
Argumentation, explanation and causality: An exploration of current linguistic approaches to textual relations
Francisca Snoeck Henkemans
231
Section 3. From text representation to knowledge representation
247
Constructing inferences and relations during text comprehension
Arthur C. Graesser, Peter Wiemer-Hastings and Katja Wiemer-Hastings
249
Thinking about bodies of knowledge: Tests of a model for predicting thoughts
Bruce K. Britton, Peter Schaeffer, Michael Bryan, Stacy Silverman and Robert Sorrells
273
Section 4. Segmentation in text and text representation
307
Conceptual and linguistic processes in text production: Interactive or autonomous?
Joost Schilperoord
309
Subordination and discourse segmentation revisited, or: Why matrix clauses may be more dependent than complements
Arie Verhagen
337
Subject index
359
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Subjects
BIC Subject: CF – Linguistics
BISAC Subject: LAN009000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Linguistics / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2001035506