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Space in Languages: Linguistic Systems and Cognitive Categories
Edited by Maya Hickmann † and Stéphane Robert
[Typological Studies in Language 66] 2006
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Akita, Kimi
2017. Chapter 1. The typology of manner expressions. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 39 ff. DOI logo
Akita, Kimi & Yo Matsumoto
2020. Chapter 5. A fine-grained analysis of manner salience. In Broader Perspectives on Motion Event Descriptions [Human Cognitive Processing, 69],  pp. 143 ff. DOI logo
Aktan-Erciyes, Asli, Tilbe Göksun, Ali İzzet Tekcan & Ayhan Aksu-Koç
2021. Children’s thinking-for-speaking. Linguistic Approaches to Bilingualism 11:5  pp. 669 ff. DOI logo
Aktan-Erciyes, Aslı, Emir Akbuğa, Feyza Nur Dik & Tilbe Göksun
2022. Linguistic and nonlinguistic evaluation of motion events in a path-focused language. Applied Psycholinguistics 43:4  pp. 829 ff. DOI logo
Aktan-Erciyes, Aslı, Emir Akbuğa, Erim Kızıldere & Tilbe Göksun
2023. Motion event representation in L1-Turkish versus L2-English speech and gesture: Relations to eye movements for event components. International Journal of Bilingualism 27:1  pp. 61 ff. DOI logo
Alonso, Rosa Alonso
2016. Cross-linguistic influence in the interpretation of boundary crossing events in L2 acquisition. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 14:1  pp. 161 ff. DOI logo
Alonso Alonso, Rosa
2020. Boundary-crossing events across languages. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 18:2  pp. 316 ff. DOI logo
Anastasio, Simona
2019. L’expression du déplacement en italien L2. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 10:2  pp. 204 ff. DOI logo
Anastasio, Simona
2023. Motion event construal in L2 French and Italian: from acquisitional perspectives to pedagogical implications. International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching 61:1  pp. 37 ff. DOI logo
Andria, Maria & Raquel Serrano
2017. Developing new ‘thinking-for-speaking’ patterns in Greek as a foreign language: the role of proficiency and stays abroad. The Language Learning Journal 45:1  pp. 66 ff. DOI logo
Asaye, Gashaw Arutie
2021. Static locative expressions in Amharic. Journal of African Languages and Linguistics 42:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Aussems, Suzanne, Natasha Kwok & Sotaro Kita
2018. GestuRe and ACtion Exemplar (GRACE) video database: stimuli for research on manners of human locomotion and iconic gestures. Behavior Research Methods 50:3  pp. 1270 ff. DOI logo
Aveledo, Fraibet & Panos Athanasopoulos
2023. Bidirectional cross-linguistic influence in motion event conceptualisation in bilingual speakers of Spanish and English. International Review of Applied Linguistics in Language Teaching 61:1  pp. 13 ff. DOI logo
Babanoğlu, M. Pınar
2018. Motion Verbs in Learner Corpora. Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences DOI logo
Becerra, Rodrigo, Jorge Osorio, Ítalo Cantarutti & Gabriel Llanquinao
2022. Motion Events in L1 and L2 Mapudungun Narratives: Typology and Cross-Linguistic Influence. Frontiers in Communication 7 DOI logo
Bernabeu, Pablo & Richard Tillman
2019. More refined typology and design in linguistic relativity. Dutch Journal of Applied Linguistics 8:2  pp. 163 ff. DOI logo
Berthele, Raphael
2015. Convergence in the domains of static spatial relations and events of putting and taking. Evidence from bilingual speakers of Romansh and German. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 18:5  pp. 624 ff. DOI logo
2017. The effect of language mode on motion event descriptions in German–French bilinguals. Language and Cognition 9:4  pp. 648 ff. DOI logo
Brown, Amanda
2015. Universal Development and L1-L2 Convergence in Bilingual Construal of Manner in Speech and Gesture in Mandarin, Japanese, and English. The Modern Language Journal 99:S1  pp. 66 ff. DOI logo
2013. L1–L2 convergence in clausal packaging in Japanese and English. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 16:3  pp. 477 ff. DOI logo
Caballero, Rosario
2016. Showing versus telling. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 14:1  pp. 209 ff. DOI logo
Caballero, Rosario
2017. From the glass through the nose and the mouth. Terminology. International Journal of Theoretical and Applied Issues in Specialized Communication 23:1  pp. 66 ff. DOI logo
2018. Verbs in speech framing expressions: Comparing English and Spanish. Journal of Linguistics 54:1  pp. 45 ff. DOI logo
Cadierno, Teresa
2017. Chapter 10. Thinking for speaking about motion in a second language. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 279 ff. DOI logo
Cappelle, Bert
2020. Chapter 8. Looking into visual motion expressions in Dutch, English, and French. In Broader Perspectives on Motion Event Descriptions [Human Cognitive Processing, 69],  pp. 235 ff. DOI logo
Chen, Shujun & Lihuan Wu
2023. Variable motion encoding within Chinese: a usage-based perspective. Language and Cognition 15:3  pp. 480 ff. DOI logo
Cifuentes-Férez, Paula
Cifuentes-Férez, Paula & Ana Rojo
2015. Thinking for translating. Target. International Journal of Translation Studies 27:2  pp. 273 ff. DOI logo
Clark, Eve V.
2018. Chapter 2. Word meanings and semantic domains in acquisition. In Semantics in Language Acquisition [Trends in Language Acquisition Research, 24],  pp. 22 ff. DOI logo
Cook, Vivian
2015. Discussing the Language and Thought of Motion in Second Language Speakers. The Modern Language Journal 99:S1  pp. 154 ff. DOI logo
Corona, Luisa & Paola Pietrandrea
2021. Chapter 15. In a manner of speaking. In Building Categories in Interaction [Studies in Language Companion Series, 220],  pp. 415 ff. DOI logo
Corona, Luisa & Paola Pietrandrea
2022. Verso una nuova definizione di maniera attraverso il parlato spontaneo italiano. Studia Universitatis Babeș-Bolyai Philologia 67:1  pp. 87 ff. DOI logo
2011. Transfer of conceptualization patterns in bilinguals: The construal of motion events in Turkish and German. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 14:1  pp. 95 ff. DOI logo
De Pasquale, Noemi
2021. ‘Invisible’ spatial meaning: a text-based study of covert Path encoding in Ancient Greek. Folia Linguistica 55:2  pp. 485 ff. DOI logo
De Pasquale, Noemi
2021. ‘Invisible’ spatial meaning: a text-based study of covert Path encoding in Ancient Greek. Folia Linguistica 55:2  pp. 485 ff. DOI logo
Demagny, Annie-Claude
2015. Interrelationships between Time and Space in English and French discourse. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 6:2  pp. 202 ff. DOI logo
Dipper, Lucy, Madeleine Pritchard, Gary Morgan & Naomi Cocks
2015. The language–gesture connection: Evidence from aphasia. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 29:8-10  pp. 748 ff. DOI logo
Du, Jing, Fuyin Thomas Li, Yanlei Ge & Jinkai Zhang
2023. Separation events in Mandarin, Russian and Korean. Review of Cognitive Linguistics DOI logo
Essegbey, James & Adrienne Bruyn
2020. Moving into and out of Sranan. In Advances in Contact Linguistics [Contact Language Library, 57],  pp. 38 ff. DOI logo
Ewert, Anna
2016. Space, motion and thinking for language. In The Cambridge Handbook of Linguistic Multi-Competence,  pp. 376 ff. DOI logo
Ewert, Anna & Weronika Krzebietke
Fanego, Teresa
2017. The trolley rumbled through the tunnel: On the history of the English Intransitive Motion Construction. Folia Linguistica 51:s38-s1  pp. 29 ff. DOI logo
Feiz, Parastou
2019. Beyond motion: ‘Come’ and ‘go’ in Persian oral narratives. Linguistics 57:3  pp. 577 ff. DOI logo
Fibigerova, Katerina, Jean-Marc Colletta & Michèle Guidetti
2018. Verbal and gestural expression of motion and spatial events. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 9:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Fibigerova, Katerina, Jean-Marc Colletta & Michèle Guidetti
2018. L’expression verbale et gestuelle du mouvement et de l’espace. Language, Interaction and Acquisition 9:1  pp. 11 ff. DOI logo
Fibigerova, Katerina & Michèle Guidetti
Fibigerová, Kateřina & Michèle Guidetti
2019. Structure of French expression of motion. In The Semantics of Dynamic Space in French [Human Cognitive Processing, 66],  pp. 290 ff. DOI logo
Fibigerová, Kateřina & Michèle Guidetti
2022. Iconicity in gesture. In Iconicity in Cognition and across Semiotic Systems [Iconicity in Language and Literature, 18],  pp. 245 ff. DOI logo
Filipović, Luna
2008. Typology in action: applying typological insights in the study of translation. International Journal of Applied Linguistics 18:1  pp. 23 ff. DOI logo
Filipović, Luna
2010. Typology meets witness narratives and memory: Theory and practice entwined in Cognitive Linguistics. In Cognitive Linguistics in Action,  pp. 317 ff. DOI logo
Filipović, Luna
2011. Speaking and remembering in one or two languages: bilingual vs. monolingual lexicalization and memory for motion events. International Journal of Bilingualism 15:4  pp. 466 ff. DOI logo
Filipović, Luna
2017. Applied Language Typology. Languages in Contrast 17:2  pp. 255 ff. DOI logo
Filipović, Luna
2017. Chapter 14. Applying language typology. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 399 ff. DOI logo
Filipović, Luna
2018. Speaking in a second language but thinking in the first language: Language-specific effects on memory for causation events in English and Spanish. International Journal of Bilingualism 22:2  pp. 180 ff. DOI logo
Filipović, Luna
2019. Bilingualism in Action, DOI logo
Filipović, Luna
2020. Bilingual memory advantage: Bilinguals use a common linguistic pattern as an aid to recall memory. International Journal of Bilingualism 24:3  pp. 542 ff. DOI logo
Filipović, Luna
2022. A Multi-Factor Approach to the Study of L2 Acquisition of Motion Verbs and Motion Constructions: Integration of Typological, Psycholinguistic and Sociolinguistic Aspects. Frontiers in Communication 7 DOI logo
Filipović, Luna
2022. First language versus second language effect on memory for motion events: The role of language type and proficiency. International Journal of Bilingualism 26:1  pp. 65 ff. DOI logo
Filipovič, Luna
2009. Motion Events in Eyewitness Interviews, Translation and Memory: Typological and Psycholinguistic Perspectives. Language and Linguistics Compass 3:1  pp. 300 ff. DOI logo
Flecken, Monique, Mary Carroll, Katja Weimar & Christiane Von Stutterheim
2015. Driving Along the Road or Heading for the Village? Conceptual Differences Underlying Motion Event Encoding in French, German, and French-German L2 Users. The Modern Language Journal 99:S1  pp. 100 ff. DOI logo
Fu, Xingyi, Norbert Vanek & Leah Roberts
2023. Matched or moved? Asymmetry in high- and low-level visual processing of motion events. Language and Cognition  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Gathercole, Virginia C. Mueller, Hans Stadthagen-González, María Carmen Parafita Couto, Hannah N. M. De Mulder, Rocío S. Pérez-Tattam, Evelyn Bosma, Bonka Zdravkova Borisova & Miriam Greidanus Romaneli
2022. Moveable Figures and Grounds: Making the Case for the Dual Nature of Motion Events as Events of Motion and Change of State. In Developing Language and Literacy [Literacy Studies, 23],  pp. 129 ff. DOI logo
Gelman, Susan A.
2009. Learning from Others: Children's Construction of Concepts. Annual Review of Psychology 60:1  pp. 115 ff. DOI logo
Goddard, Cliff, Anna Wierzbicka & Jock Wong
2016. “Walking” and “running” in English and German. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 14:2  pp. 303 ff. DOI logo
Guerrero García, Sandra
2021. La traducción pedagógica como vehículo entre lenguas tipológicamente diferentes. Studia Iberystyczne 19  pp. 61 ff. DOI logo
Hales, Liz & Luna Filipović
2016. Language rights in danger. In Endangered Languages and Languages in Danger [IMPACT: Studies in Language, Culture and Society, 42],  pp. 61 ff. DOI logo
Hellwig, Birgit & Dagmar Jung
2022. Running or crossing? Children's expression of voluntary motion in English, German, and French. Journal of Child Language 49:3  pp. 578 ff. DOI logo
Hickmann, Maya, Helen Engemann, Efstathia Soroli, Henriette Hendriks & Coralie Vincent
2017. Chapter 2. Expressing and categorizing motion in French and English. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 61 ff. DOI logo
2009. Motion in first language acquisition: Manner and Path in French and English child language*. Journal of Child Language 36:4  pp. 705 ff. DOI logo
Hijazo-Gascón, Alberto
2017. Chapter 11. Motion event contrasts in Romance languages. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 301 ff. DOI logo
Hijazo-Gascón, Alberto
2018. Acquisition of motion events in L2 Spanish by German, French and Italian speakers. The Language Learning Journal 46:3  pp. 241 ff. DOI logo
Hoffmann, Dorothea
2018. Talking about motion in Aboriginal Australia. Hunter Gatherer Research 4:3  pp. 369 ff. DOI logo
Holvoet, Axel
Hovav, Malka Rappaport
2019. The change in Hebrew from a V-framed to an S-framed Language. In Language Contact, Continuity and Change in the Genesis of Modern Hebrew [Linguistik Aktuell/Linguistics Today, 256],  pp. 143 ff. DOI logo
Iacobini, Claudio
2019. “Rapiéçages faits avec sa propre étoffe”: Discontinuity and convergence in Romance prefixation. Word Structure 12:2  pp. 176 ff. DOI logo
2018. The Expression of Upward Motion by Russian Speakers Acquiring French or English as a Foreign Language. The Modern Language Journal 102:2  pp. 416 ff. DOI logo
Ibarretxe-Antuñano, Iraide
2017. Introduction. Motion and semantic typology. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 13 ff. DOI logo
Ibarretxe-Antuñano, Iraide, Alberto Hijazo-Gascón & María-Teresa Moret-Oliver
2017. Chapter 4. The importance of minority languages in motion event typology. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 123 ff. DOI logo
2011. Conceptual transfer: Crosslinguistic effects in categorization and construal. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 14:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Jeon, Jeeyoung & Min-Chang Sung
2023. L2 English learners’ verb lexicalization of motion events. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 21:1  pp. 266 ff. DOI logo
Kashyap, Abhishek Kumar & Christian M.I.M. Matthiessen
2017. FIGURE and GROUND in the construal of motion: a registerial perspective. <i>WORD</i> 63:1  pp. 62 ff. DOI logo
Kemmerer, David
2015. Are the motor features of verb meanings represented in the precentral motor cortices? Yes, but within the context of a flexible, multilevel architecture for conceptual knowledge. Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 22:4  pp. 1068 ff. DOI logo
Kemmerer, David
2015. Visual and Motor Features of the Meanings of Action Verbs: A Cognitive Neuroscience Perspective. In Cognitive Science Perspectives on Verb Representation and Processing,  pp. 189 ff. DOI logo
2015. Does the motor system contribute to the perception and understanding of actions? Reflections on Gregory Hickok’s The myth of mirror neurons: the real neuroscience of communication and cognition. Language and Cognition 7:3  pp. 450 ff. DOI logo
Kemmerer, David
2022. Grounded Cognition Entails Linguistic Relativity: A Neglected Implication of a Major Semantic Theory. Topics in Cognitive Science DOI logo
KİLİMCİ, Abdurrahman
2017. The Impact of Explicit Instruction and Metalinguistic Awareness on Cross-linguistic Interference: Path Framing in Motion Events. Gaziantep University Journal of Social Sciences 16:4  pp. 1119 ff. DOI logo
Kudrnáčová, Naděžda
2019. Contrastive semantics of human locomotion verbs. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 17:1  pp. 53 ff. DOI logo
Kudrnáčová, Naděžda
2021. Contrastive semantics of human locomotion verbs. In Corpus Approaches to Language, Thought and Communication [Benjamins Current Topics, 119],  pp. 53 ff. DOI logo
2014. Thinking-for-speaking in early and late bilinguals. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 17:1  pp. 139 ff. DOI logo
Lantolf, James P.
2020. Chapter 4. I ~ You > I ~ Me. In Cross-theoretical Explorations of Interlocutors and their Individual Differences [Language Learning & Language Teaching, 53],  pp. 80 ff. DOI logo
Larrañaga, Pilar, Jeanine Treffers-Daller, Françoise Tidball & Mari-carmen Gil Ortega
2012. L1 transfer in the acquisition of manner and path in Spanish by native speakers of English. International Journal of Bilingualism 16:1  pp. 117 ff. DOI logo
Latkowska, Jolanta
2011. On the Representations of Motion Events: Perspectives from L2 Research. In New Perspectives in Language, Discourse and Translation Studies [Second Language Learning and Teaching, ],  pp. 91 ff. DOI logo
Lester, Richard
2017. There and back again – but how? Motion event encoding in the Chinese translation of The Hobbit . Linguistics 55:3  pp. 617 ff. DOI logo
Lewandowski, Wojciech
2014. The locative alternation in verb-framed vs. satellite-framed languages. Studies in Language 38:4  pp. 864 ff. DOI logo
Lewandowski, Wojciech
2018. A typological approach to the encoding of motion events. In The Construction of Discourse as Verbal Interaction [Pragmatics & Beyond New Series, 296],  pp. 45 ff. DOI logo
2021. Variable motion event encoding within languages and language types: a usage-based perspective. Language and Cognition 13:1  pp. 34 ff. DOI logo
Lewandowski, Wojciech & Jaume Mateu
2016. Thinking for translating and intra-typological variation in satellite-framed languages. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 14:1  pp. 185 ff. DOI logo
Lewandowski, Wojciech & Şeyda Özçalışkan
2021. How language type influences patterns of motion expression in bilingual speakers. Second Language Research 37:1  pp. 27 ff. DOI logo
Liao, Yiyun, Monique Flecken, Katinka Dijkstra & Rolf A. Zwaan
2020. Going places in Dutch and mandarin Chinese: conceptualising the path of motion cross-linguistically. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 35:4  pp. 498 ff. DOI logo
Lin, Sue
2022. 早期上海話位移事件的詞化類型. Language and Linguistics. 語言暨語言學  pp. 387 ff. DOI logo
Lopez-Ozieblo, Renia
2023. Observations on the Progression of Gestures with L2 Proficiency: A Call for Further Research. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research 52:2  pp. 381 ff. DOI logo
Lucy, John A.
2016. Recent Advances in the Study of Linguistic Relativity in Historical Context: A Critical Assessment. Language Learning 66:3  pp. 487 ff. DOI logo
Mano, Miho, Yuko Yoshinari & Kiyoko Eguchi
Matsumoto, Yo & Kazuhiro Kawachi
2020. Introduction. Motion event descriptions in broader perspective. In Broader Perspectives on Motion Event Descriptions [Human Cognitive Processing, 69],  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Menete, Sérgio N.
2022. Motion events in Changana spoken narrative. Southern African Linguistics and Applied Language Studies 40:3  pp. 251 ff. DOI logo
Molés-Cases, Teresa
2018. Some advances in the study of the translation of manner of motion events. Review of Cognitive Linguistics 16:1  pp. 152 ff. DOI logo
Molés-Cases, Teresa
2022. Manner-of-speaking in a corpus-based translation study of narrative texts. Meta: Journal des traducteurs 67:2  pp. 432 ff. DOI logo
Morita, Takahiro
2020. Chapter 6. Attraction of attention in perceived motion events weighed against typology and cognitive cost. In Broader Perspectives on Motion Event Descriptions [Human Cognitive Processing, 69],  pp. 181 ff. DOI logo
Mosca, Monica
2017. Chapter 5. Latin to Ancient Italian motion constructions. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 151 ff. DOI logo
Nuckolls, Janis B.
2014. Ideophones’ challenges for typological linguistics. Pragmatics and Society 5:3  pp. 355 ff. DOI logo
Omar, Niveen, Karen Banai & Bracha Nir
2021. Learning beyond words. The Mental Lexicon 16:2-3  pp. 397 ff. DOI logo
Ovchinnikova, Irina
2018. Effect of the content complexity on hesitations in adolescents’ narratives. Psychology of Language and Communication 22:1  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Papafragou, Anna & Stathis Selimis
2010. Event categorisation and language: A cross-linguistic study of motion. Language and Cognitive Processes 25:2  pp. 224 ff. DOI logo
Pavlenko, Aneta & Maria Volynsky
2015. Motion Encoding in Russian and English: Moving Beyond Talmy's Typology. The Modern Language Journal 99:S1  pp. 32 ff. DOI logo
Pedersen, Johan
2016. Spanish constructions of directed motion – a quantitative study. In Corpus-based Approaches to Construction Grammar [Constructional Approaches to Language, 19],  pp. 105 ff. DOI logo
Philippova, Natalia
2017. Prepositional phrase vs. bare instrumental. In Space in Diachrony [Studies in Language Companion Series, 188],  pp. 347 ff. DOI logo
2017. Motion for emotion: an empirical cross-linguistic study of conceptual construals. Language and Cognition 9:3  pp. 383 ff. DOI logo
Rivière, James, Roger Lécuyer & Maya Hickmann
2009. Early locomotion and the development of spatial language: Evidence from young children with motor impairments. European Journal of Developmental Psychology 6:5  pp. 548 ff. DOI logo
Rojo, Ana & Paula Cifuentes-Férez
2017. Chapter 13. On the reception of translations. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 367 ff. DOI logo
Rottet, Kevin J.
2017. Translation and contact languages. Babel. Revue internationale de la traduction / International Journal of Translation 63:4  pp. 523 ff. DOI logo
Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, Francisco J. & Ignasi Miró Sastre
2019. On the cognitive grounding of agent-deprofiling constructions as a case of pretense constructions. Revista Española de Lingüística Aplicada/Spanish Journal of Applied Linguistics 32:2  pp. 573 ff. DOI logo
Römer, Ute, Matthew Brook O'Donnell & Nick C. Ellis
2014. Second Language Learner Knowledge of Verb-Argument Constructions: Effects of Language Transfer and Typology. The Modern Language Journal 98:4  pp. 952 ff. DOI logo
Sakarias, Maria & Monique Flecken
2019. Keeping the Result in Sight and Mind: General Cognitive Principles and Language-Specific Influences in the Perception and Memory of Resultative Events. Cognitive Science 43:1  pp. e12708 ff. DOI logo
Santin, Miguel, Angeliek van Hout & Monique Flecken
2021. Event endings in memory and language. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience 36:5  pp. 625 ff. DOI logo
Schirakowski, Barbara
2023. The VP in language contact: on creation event lexicalization in Canadian French. Folia Linguistica 57:2  pp. 481 ff. DOI logo
See, Daniel
2021. Bejalai in Iban: A Study on Translating Motion Verbs in Bup Kudus Baru. The Bible Translator 72:2  pp. 200 ff. DOI logo
Shi, Wenlei, Wanglong Yang & Henghua Su
2018. The typological change of motion expressions in Chinese revisited. Studies in Language 42:4  pp. 847 ff. DOI logo
Slobin, Dan I & Melissa Bowerman
2007. Interfaces between linguistic typology and child language research. Linguistic Typology 11:1 DOI logo
Slobin, Dan I.
2017. Afterword. Typologies and language use. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 419 ff. DOI logo
Soroli, Efstathia, Maya Hickmann & Henriëtte Hendriks
2019. Casting an eye on motion events. In The Semantics of Dynamic Space in French [Human Cognitive Processing, 66],  pp. 250 ff. DOI logo
Stam, Gale
2015. Changes in Thinking for Speaking: A Longitudinal Case Study. The Modern Language Journal 99:S1  pp. 83 ff. DOI logo
Stam, Gale
2017. Chapter 12. Verb-framed, satellite-framed or in between?. In Motion and Space across Languages [Human Cognitive Processing, 59],  pp. 329 ff. DOI logo
Stocker, Ladina & Raphael Berthele
2020. The roles of language mode and dominance in French–German bilinguals’ motion event descriptions. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 23:3  pp. 519 ff. DOI logo
Stosic, Dejan
2019. Manner as a cluster concept. In The Semantics of Dynamic Space in French [Human Cognitive Processing, 66],  pp. 142 ff. DOI logo
Sun, Jing, Haiyang Ai, Yeon-Jin Kwon & Hye K. Pae
2022. Motion-Path Expressions in L2 English and Pedagogical Implications for Multi-word Verb Use: A Comparison Among Native Speakers of Chinese, Korean, and English. In Challenges Encountered by Chinese ESL Learners,  pp. 333 ff. DOI logo
2015. <i>Interpreting Motion: Grounded Representations for Spatial Language</i>. ENGLISH LINGUISTICS 32:2  pp. 432 ff. DOI logo
Taremaa, Piia, Johanna Kiik, Leena Karin Toots & Ann Veismann
2022. Speed as a dimension of manner in Estonian frog stories. Nordic Journal of Linguistics  pp. 1 ff. DOI logo
Taremaa, Piia & Anetta Kopecka
2023. Speed and space: semantic asymmetries in motion descriptions in Estonian. Cognitive Linguistics 34:1  pp. 35 ff. DOI logo
Taremaa, Piia & Anetta Kopecka
2023. Manner of motion in Estonian. Studies in Language 47:1  pp. 32 ff. DOI logo
Thierry, Guillaume
2016. Neurolinguistic Relativity: How Language Flexes Human Perception and Cognition. Language Learning 66:3  pp. 690 ff. DOI logo
Thành Do-Hurinville, Danh & Huy Linh Dao
2017. La complexité du verbe de mouvement centrifuge đi en vietnamien. Éla. Études de linguistique appliquée N° 185:1  pp. 21 ff. DOI logo
Tian, Lixian & Steven G. McCafferty
2021. Chinese international students’ multicultural identity and second language development: gesture awareness and use. Language Awareness 30:2  pp. 114 ff. DOI logo
Tomczak, Ewa & Anna Ewert
2015. Real and Fictive Motion Processing in Polish L2 Users of English and Monolinguals: Evidence for Different Conceptual Representations. The Modern Language Journal 99:S1  pp. 49 ff. DOI logo
Tosun, Sümeyra & Luna Filipović
2022. Lost in translation, apparently: Bilingual language processing of evidentiality in a Turkish–English Translation and judgment task. Bilingualism: Language and Cognition 25:5  pp. 739 ff. DOI logo
Treffers-Daller, Jeanine & Andreea Calude
2015. The role of statistical learning in the acquisition of motion event construal in a second language. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism 18:5  pp. 602 ff. DOI logo
Tusun, Alimujiang
2022. Uyghur–Chinese Adult Bilinguals’ Construal of Voluntary Motion Events. Frontiers in Psychology 13 DOI logo
Tusun, Alimujiang
2023. Uyghur–Chinese early successive adult bilinguals’ construal of caused motion events. Language and Cognition 15:3  pp. 427 ff. DOI logo
Tusun, Alimujiang & Henriëtte Hendriks
2022. Caused motion events in Modern Uyghur: a typological perspective. Linguistics 60:5  pp. 1663 ff. DOI logo
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