7 edition of Language diversity and cognitive representations found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Catherine Fuchs, Stéphane Robert.|
|Series||Human cognitive processing,, v. 3|
|Contributions||Fuchs, Catherine., Robert, Stéphane.|
|LC Classifications||P120.V37 L344 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 229 p. :|
|Number of Pages||229|
|LC Control Number||99040994|
The Myth of Language Universals: Language Diversity and Its Importance for Cognitive Science October Behavioral and Brain Sciences 32(5); discussion language capacities are implemented in the mind and in the brain, and the ballgame is fundamentally changed when the full range of language diversity is appreciated. The cognitive sciences have been partially immunized against the proper consideration of language diversity by two tenets of Chomskyan origin. The first is that the differences are.
Therefore, Idiomatic Creativity should be of great interest to cognitive linguists, phraseologists, corpus linguists, advanced students of linguistics, and all readers who are interested in the fascinating interplay of language and cognitive book has a companion website: 1. Introduction. The diversity/universality debate is well served by Evans & Levinson’s () example of sign language, as is the issue of domain-specificity. Sign languages represent a parallel human linguistic system, and as such they exemplify most strikingly the diversity of language and the organizational plasticity of the human mind and body in its by:
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The various contributions (linguistic, anthropological, psychological and neurophysical) on the nature and status of variation and invariants in language provides evidence for complex interactions between language-specific processes and general cognitive : $ The various contributions (linguistic, anthropological, psychological and neurophysical) on the nature and status of variation and invariants in language provides evidence for complex interactions between language-specific processes and general cognitive : Diversity in linguistic representations: A challenge for cognition (by Fuchs, Catherine); 4.
Cognitive invariants and linguistic variability: From units to utterance (by Robert, Stephane); 5. Subjectivity, invariance, and the development of forms in the construction of linguistic representations (by. It is here investigated in an original multimodal approach, covering various aspects of cross-linguistic variation, differences between spoken, signed and drum languages, between normal speech and pathological speech, and also between language and music, as revealed in electric brain activity associated with language processing.
This book brings together the contributions of individual language scholars, linguists, anthropologists, psychologists, and neurophysicians. Each chapter focuses on the human cognitive processes involved in language activity and the impact of language diversity on them. The basic issue is how to correlate language diversity with the universality Author: Catherine Fuchs, Stephane Robert.
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Semantic Variations and Invariance: Cognitive Issues. Diversity in linguistic representations: A challenge for cognition / Catherine Fuchs.
Cognitive invariants and linguistic variability: From units to utterance / Stephane Robert. This text seeks to open up the study of individual languages to the perspectives of cognitive science, and in doing so bring together the contributions of language scholars, linguists, It attempts to reconcile diversity with universality.
This book shows that even in a core cognitive domain like spatial thinking, language influences how people think, memorize and reason about spatial relations and directions. After outlining a typology of spatial coordinate systems in language and cognition, it is shown that not all languages use all types, and that non-linguistic cognition Author: Stephen C.
Levinson. It is likely to appeal to linguists and to psychologists with a strong interest in linguistics, cross-linguistic studies, or the Whorf hypothesis [ ] the book is worthwhile and contains considerable discussion of linguistic diversity that should figure into psychological theories of language.”.Pages: Language Diversity and Thought: A Reformulation of the Linguistic Relativity Hypothesis (Studies in the Social and Cultural Foundations of Language) by John A.
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In fact, there are vanishingly few universals of language in the direct sense that all languages exhibit them. Instead, diversity Cited by: At the top of the list of children’s books for biracial kids is Marisol McDonald Doesn’t Match/Marisol McDonald No Combina. Titular character Marisol McDonald is a Peruvian-Scottish-American with red hair and brown skin who prefers mismatched outfits and peanut butter and jelly burritos.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): This relatively short book contains thirteen essays pertaining to almost every topic, from language diversity in its Whorfian interpretation to the pruning down of linguistic messages in African drum language, through the specificities of linguistic communication in schizophrenic discourse.
cognitive domains. 1. Identity and Self-Esteem A child’s home language is the language of his family. It is the language used to love and nurture him from the time he is born and it is the language in which he learns about the world and how he fits into it. It is so important to support and honor this.A Modular Approach to Grammatical Categories Evidence from Language Diversity and Contact PIETER MUYSKEN Abstract 46 1.
Introduction 47 2. Modularity and mismatch 48 3. Grammaticalization: The case of pe in Sranan (Suriname) 52 4. Mismatches in complexity of representations: The case of ku in Cuzco Quechua (Peru) 54 Size: 6MB.Using language and thought to fix events in time is one of the most complex computational feats that humans perform.
In the first book-length taxonomy of temporal frames of reference, Vyvyan Evans provides an overview of the role of space in structuring human representations of : Vyvyan Evans.