BASES CONCEPTUALES DE LAS CONSTRUCCIONES GRAMATICALES PARA LA EXPRESIÓN DE LA EXISTENCIA, EL MOVIENTO, LA PERCEPCIÓN, LA COGNICIÓN Y EL SENTIMIENTO EN INGLÉS

Duration: from 13 December 2004 to 12 December 2007

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2010

  1. Looking back at 30 years of Cognitive Linguistics

    Elżbieta Tabakowska, Michał Choiński, Łukasz Wiraszka (eds.) Cognitive Linguistics in Action: from Theory to Application and Back. Berlín/Nueva York: Mouton de Gruyter; 13-70.

2009

  1. Pragmatic and Cognitive Constraints on Lexical-Constructional

    Atlantis: Revista de la Asociación Española de Estudios Anglo-Norteamericanos

2008

  1. Cross-linguistic analysis, second language teaching and cognitive semantics: the case of Spanish diminutives and reflexive constructions

    In Sabine De Knop and Teun De Rycker (eds.). Cognitive Approaches to Pedagogical Grammar - Volume in Honour of René Dirven. Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter

  2. Grammatical metonymy within the 'action' frame in English and Spanish

    In González Álvarez, E; Mackenzie, L and Gómez González, M.A. (eds.). Current Trends in Contrastive Linguistics:Functional and Cognitive Perspectivas

  3. Metáfora, metonimia y niveles de razonamiento

    Prototipos: lenguaje y representación en las personas ciegas

  4. Levels of description and constraining of factors in meaning construction

    Folia lingüística: Acta Societatis Linguisticae Europaeae

2007

  1. High-level metonymies in the understanding of modality : a cross-linguistics analysis.

    Perspectives on Metonymy: Proceedings of the International Conference 'Perspectives on Metonymy' / Kosecki, K. (ed.)Munich: Peter Lang.

  2. Illocutionary Constructions: Cognitive motivation and linguistic realization

    Explorations in Pragmatics: Linguistic, Cognitive, and Intercultural Aspects / Kecskes, Istvan, and Laurence Horn (eds.).Berlin/New York: Mouton de Gruyter, 2007

  3. High level cognitive models: in search of a unified framework for inferential and grammatical behavior

    Perspectives on Metonymy/ Kosecki, Krzysztof (ed.) Frankfurt/Main, Peter Lang (Lodz Studies in Language)

  4. High-level metaphor and metonymy in meaning construction

    Aspects of Meaning Construction in Lexicon and Grammar. G. Radden, K. M. Köpcke, T. Berg and P. Siemund. (eds.). Amsterdam/Philadelphia: John Benjamins

  5. Modeling thought in language use: at the crossroads between discourse, pragmatics, and cognition

    Jezikoslovlje

2005

  1. Un análisis cognitivo de las metonimias de las partes del cuerpo

    Olga Isabel Díez Velasco

  2. Linguistic interpretation and cognition

    In Croitoru, Elena, Tuchel, Daniela and Praisler, Michaela (eds.). Cultural Matrix Reloaded. Romanian Society for English and American Studies. Seventh International Conference. Bucarest: Didactica Si Pedagogica

  3. Construing meaning through conceptual mappings

    Lengua y sociedad : investigaciones recientes en la lingüistica aplicada

  4. Cognitive Linguistics and the use of corpora: a brief survey

    In Baicchi, Annalisa, Cristiano Broccias, Andrea Sansò (eds.). 2005. Modelling Thought and Constructing Meaning, Milano: Franco Angeli

  5. Conceptual interaction, cognitive operations and projection spaces

    In Ruiz de Mendoza Ibáñez, F. J. and Peña Cervel, Sandra (eds.). Cognitive Linguistics: Internal Dynamics and Interdisciplinary Interaction. Cognitive Linguistics Research. Berlin/New York

  6. Challenging Systems of Lexical Representation

    Journal of English Studies