POSTER SESSION 1

A NEW LOOK AT WORD CLASSES IN COGNITIVE GRAMMAR

Cristiano Broccias

USES OF ADVERBIAL CLAUSES INTRODUCED BY [SEMPRE QUE] OR [TODA VEZ QUE] IN BRAZILIAN PORTUGUESE

Maria Maura Cezario

INVESTIGATIONS INTO THE EFFECTS OF LANGUAGE-SPECIFIC TERMINOLOGY ON SPATIAL CONCEPTS IN BILINGUALS

Jing Chen, Aina Casaponsa and Panos Athanasopoulos

LIAISON IN FRENCH SONGS: A FOCUS ON SOME CONSTRUCTIONS IMPLIED IN LANGUAGE CHANGE

Gasparde Coutanson

INFORMATION DENSITY AND COGNITIVE COMPLEXITY IN DISCOURSE PROCESSING

Ludivine Crible and Martin Pickering

EXPLORING THE DYNAMICS OF AGREEMENT GROUPS GENERALISATION VIA RANDOM TWO-WORD COMBINATIONS

László Drienkó

PREDICTIVE MODELING OF TYPE VALENCY IN WORD FORMATION GRAMMAR

Kateryna Krykoniuk

FRAME CONFLICT IN ATTRIBUTIONS OF RACISM ON TWITTER

Rebecca Lee

THE ALTERNATION OF FICAR, TORNAR-SE AND VIRAR AT STATE CHANGE AND PROPERTY CHANGE PREDICATIONS IN BRAZILIAN PORTUGUESE

Marcia Dos Santos Machado Vieira and Bruna Gois Pavão Ferreira

A LINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF THE EXTENT TO WHICH SCIENTIFIC AND CREATIVE MINDS VIEW THE WORLD IN DIFFERENT WAYS  

Grey Murtagh and Thora Tenbrink

CAN USAGE OF SCALAR ADJECTIVES PREDICT SCALAR INFERENCE RATES?

Elizabeth Pankratz and Bob van Tiel

NEOANALYSIS IN ADVERBIAL CONSTRUCTIONS WITH PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES IN BRAZILIAN PORTUGUESE

Deise Cristina De Moraes Pinto

INDIVIDUAL DIFFERENCES IN CATEGORISATION AFFECT COMPREHENSION OF ENGLISH COMPARATIVES

Nick Riches and Lauren Ackerman

CONCEPTUALISING SPACE IN FRENCH AND ITALIAN: A CONTRASTIVE APPROACH IN THE CONTEXT OF THE LINGUISTIC RELATIVITY THEORY

Camilla Simoncelli

SEMANTIC CATEGORIES OF NOMINAL REFERENTS: THE CASE OF IDEOPHONES

Kiyoko Toratani

ANIMAL METAPHORS IN POLITICAL CARTOONS OF THE ALGERIAN CIVIL WAR

Sabrina Toumi

VARIATION BY DISCURSIVE PARADIGM: A STUDY ON CONSTRUCTIONS WITH SUPPORT VERB

Pâmela Travassos and Marcia Dos Santos Machado Vieira

GENRE BLENDING: CONNECTING THE FIELDS OF CONCEPTUAL BLENDING AND LITERACY STUDIES

Clay Walker

ACCEPTABILITY OF RELATIVE CLAUSE EXTRAPOSITION IN ENGLISH: EFFECTS OF PREDICATE TYPE AND GIVENNESS

Josh Weirick and Elaine Francis

THE EFFECT OF CONCEPTUAL METAPHORS ON THE INTERPRETATION OF DATA VISUALISATIONS

Greg Woodin and Lace Padilla

 
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