Stefan Th. Gries

Stefan Th. Gries

is author/editor of the following titles:

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Corpus-based Approaches to Construction Grammar
Edited by Jiyoung Yoon and Stefan Th. Gries
[Constructional Approaches to Language, 19]  2016.  vi, 268 pp.
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Cognitive Linguistics: Convergence and Expansion
Edited by Mario Brdar, Stefan Th. Gries and Milena Žic Fuchs
[Human Cognitive Processing, 32]  2011.  vii, 362 pp.

is editor/board member of the following book series:

is editor/board member of the following journals:

is author of the following articles:

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Gries, Stefan Th. and Tobias Bernaisch. 2016. “Exploring epicentres empirically”. English World-Wide 37:1, 1–25
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Gries, Stefan Th. and Sandra C. Deshors. 2015. “EFL and/vs. ESL?”. International Journal of Learner Corpus Research 1:1, 130–159
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Bernaisch, Tobias, Stefan Th. Gries and Joybrato Mukherjee. 2014. “The dative alternation in South Asian English(es)”. English World-Wide 35:1, 7–31
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Brdar, Mario, Stefan Th. Gries and Milena Žic Fuchs. 2011. “Introduction”. In Cognitive Linguistics: Convergence and Expansion, 1–6
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Gries, Stefan Th. and Dagmar Divjak. 2009. “Behavioral profiles”. In New Directions in Cognitive Linguistics, 57–75
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Mukherjee, Joybrato and Stefan Th. Gries. 2009. “Collostructional nativisation in New Englishes”. English World-Wide 30:1, 27–51
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Divjak, Dagmar and Stefan Th. Gries. 2008. “Clusters in the mind?”. The Mental Lexicon 3:2, 188–213
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Wulff, Stefanie, Anatol Stefanowitsch and Stefan Th. Gries. 2007. “Brutal Brits and persuasive Americans”. In Aspects of Meaning Construction, 265–281
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Gries, Stefan Th. and Anatol Stefanowitsch. 2004. “Extending collostructional analysis”. International Journal of Corpus Linguistics 9:1, 97–129
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Gries, Stefan Th.. 2003. “Towards a corpus-based identification of prototypical instances of constructions”. In Annual Review of Cognitive Linguistics: Volume 1, 1–27