Mental States: Language and cognitive structure

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Andrea C. Schalley, Drew Khlentzos
John Benjamins Publishing, 2007 - Broj stranica: 362
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The contributions to this volume focus on what language and language use reveals about cognitive structure and underlying cognitive categories. Wide-ranging and thought-provoking essays from linguists and psychologists within this volume investigate the insights conceptual categorization can give into the organization and structure of the mind and specific mental states. Topics and linguistic phenomena discussed include narratives and story telling, language development, figurative language, linguistic categorization, linguistic relativity, and the linguistic coding of mental states such as perceptions and beliefs. With contributions at the forefront of current debate, this book will appeal to anyone with an interest in language and the cognitive structures that support it.
 

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Implications
35
Shape and colour in language and thought
37
Some early implications for the evolution
43
Evolving artificial minds and brains
75
Multiagent communication planning and collaboration based
95
Taste as a gateway to Chinese cognition
109
The modallogical interpretation of the causation of bodily actions
123
Spontaneous
133
What figurative language development reveals about the mind
191
Ethnobiological classification and the environment in Northern Australia
239
Pseudorelative perception verb
267
The case of change
289
Theory and practice
311
Another look at linguistic relativity
331
Name index
351
Subject index
357

Language skills in a young adult
171
Interaction between language and cognition in language development
173

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