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Usage Effects on the Cognitive Routinization of Chinese Resultative Verbs

Ben Pin-Yun Wang
2012 Research in Language  
The routinized patterns pertinent to V-kai resultative verbs varying in their extent of specificity and generality accordingly serve as a representative illustration of the continuum between lexicon and  ...  Zooming in on a specific class of V-kai constructions, this paper aims to elucidate the effect of frequency in actual usage events on shaping the linguistic representations of resultative verbs.  ...  In view of their grounding relation with respect to grammar, usage events assume dual roles: they both stem from and (re)define the more abstract system of linguistic knowledge (Kemmer & Barlow 2000;  ... 
doi:10.2478/v10015-012-0002-z fatcat:cmkz4susfjcgfbyxw7ajrjbn2u

Page 4076 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 89, Issue 10 [page]

2002 Psychological Abstracts  
—The role of exemplars information of attitudes toward a category has, surprisingly, been ignored in prior consumer research.  ...  In the present research we seek to develop a better understanding of the rela- tionship between category exemplars (e.g., the products in a brand category) and overall attitudes toward the category.  ... 

Developing schema for open source programmers' information-seeking

Khaironi Yatim Sharif, Jim Buckley
2008 2008 International Symposium on Information Technology  
This work produced a preliminary schema of 3 main categories divided into 18 sub categories.  ...  Subsequently it places this schema in the context of the existing literature in the area.  ...  Also the category of Knowledge Strength' map to the 'whether' and 'discrepency' in Letovsky's study.  ... 
doi:10.1109/itsim.2008.4631611 fatcat:gmmnjwlaprhspecvqs2lcuasai

Relation-Based Categorization and Category Learning as a Result From Structural Alignment. The RoleMap Model

Georgi Petkov, Yolina Petrova
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
conceptual system.  ...  The mappings capture commonalities between the target (the representation of the current situation) and the memory, while the anticipations try to fill the missing information in the target, based on the  ...  AUTHOR CONTRIBUTIONS Both authors have made equal substantial, direct and intellectual contribution to the work, and approved it for publication.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00563 pmid:30949096 pmcid:PMC6435783 fatcat:njgykfpfcnek7pqkwe3limht6m

Exemplar-learning and schematization in a usage-based account of syntactic acquisition

Kirsten Abbot-Smith, Michael Tomasello
2006 The Linguistic Review  
We argue for a 'hybrid' usage-based view in which acquisition depends on exemplar learning and retention, out of which permanent abstract schemas gradually emerge and are immanent across the summed similarity  ...  These schemas are graded in strength depending on the number of exemplars and the degree to which semantic similarity is reinforced by phonological, lexical, and distributional similarity.  ...  If we think about this, this means that this schema must have been abstract in some sense for some time before that child demonstrated productivity with it.  ... 
doi:10.1515/tlr.2006.011 fatcat:7gzzbtp4bbdczldvosx4sspbn4

"Schema abstraction" in a multiple-trace memory model

Douglas L. Hintzman
1986 Psychological review  
The model successfully predicts basic findings from the schema-abstraction literature (e.g., differential forgetting of prototypes and old instances, typicality, and category size effects), including some  ...  The MINERVA 2 model is able to retrieve an abstracted prototype of the category when cued with the category name and to retrieve and disambiguate a category name when cued with a category exemplar.  ...  We become familiar with concepts, however, through repeated encounters with category members, and so repetition also plays a role in the acquisition of abstract categories.  ... 
doi:10.1037//0033-295x.93.4.411 fatcat:jc7hnwmhnrdmvelrwosnmuxgvi

"Schema abstraction" in a multiple-trace memory model

Douglas L. Hintzman
1986 Psychological review  
We become familiar with concepts, however, through repeated encounters with category members, and so repetition also plays a role in the acquisition of abstract categories.  ...  Homophony played a central role in Semon's theory of memory, and an entire chapter of his book (Semon, 1909 (Semon, /1923, chap. 16, chap. 16 ) was devoted to its role in abstraction.  ...  Activation of trace i by the secondary probe, from Equations I and 2 (see text), will be as follows: n jffil Rearranging terms and substituting for C(j) yields Pl m Correlations with category names are  ... 
doi:10.1037/0033-295x.93.4.411 fatcat:dlsoi3ibtrh5fpvpyf2bwhid6e

The Role Of Schemas In Understanding Places

Çağrı İmamoğlu
2009 Middle East Technical University Journal of the Faculty of Architecture  
In this paper, first, I consider the concept of place, and argue that experiences of places are mostly consensual, and that we can learn about these experiences by exploring our schemas about places.  ...  In the second part of the paper, I propose a model to conceptualize the emergence and evolution of place identities and related place schemas; finally, I refer to some supportive evidence from my own research  ...  co-action in groups.  ... 
doi:10.4305/metu.jfa.2009.2.9 fatcat:zbg7mjazujfjxbw7fzey454rxa


Ariadna Strugielska
2019 Neofilolog  
The role of affective factors in the process of foreign language learning and teaching is undeniable.  ...  It is postulated that the conceptual system of a foreign language learner is unique in being highly susceptible to processing in terms of affective parameters.  ...  Given the link between abstract categories and affect, it can be expected that attitudinal elements will be highly prominent in the conceptual systems of non-native speakers who developed their L2 in the  ... 
doi:10.14746/n.2019.52.1.9 fatcat:22pwv2dkabhg7ntqvqbz5jwrvu

Using big data techniques for measuring productive friction in mass collaboration online environments

Peter Holtz, Joachim Kimmerle, Ulrike Cress
2018 International Journal of Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning  
We illustrate how these studies make use of text classifiers, social network analysis, and cluster analysis in order to operationalize the theoretical concepts.  ...  can be predicted by the amount of productive friction.  ...  reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11412-018-9285-y fatcat:efab54xyqncblgxbmi6vub6zpa

Database systems analysis and design [chapter]

E. E. Tozer
1976 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Developments in the database field have tended to emphasise programming technology, with a dearth of accompanying progress in systems analysis and design methods.  ...  It is based upon a pragmatic approach and is presented in a form which could be (and is being) used on large scale implementation projects.  ...  Whether or not a theoretical basis exists for the taking of a design decision, a system designer "in the field" has to take that decision, and he had to live with the results.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-07804-5_30 fatcat:2yjroifa6zdkne4nkn4j2zi42y

A library of building occupant behaviour models represented in a standardised schema

Zsofia Deme Belafi, Tianzhen Hong, Andras Reith
2018 Energy Efficiency  
These models lack standardization and consistency, leading to difficulties in applications and comparison.  ...  This paper presents a newly developed library of OB models represented in the standardised obXML schema format.  ...  Co-simulation Co-simulation is a simulation methodology that allows distinct components and systems to be simulated by different simulation tools running simultaneously and exchanging information in a  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12053-018-9658-0 fatcat:g5swiifo4rd4dmm5dpnuqobqrm

Mechanisms of Cognitive Development: Domain-General Learning or Domain-Specific Constraints?

Vladimir M. Sloutsky
2010 Cognitive Science  
More information about the laboratory can be found at  ...  Acknowledgments Preparation of this paper was supported by NSF BSC 0414302 and SBE 0541957. An earlier version of the paper was presented in a symposium at the Psychonomic Society in November 2007.  ...  fundamental role in the integration of geometric and feature information.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1551-6709.2010.01132.x pmid:21564246 fatcat:onw6a66a5jgb3mvwu27isjvuxy

The challenge of polygrammaticalization for linguistic theory

Stéphane Robert
2018 Cognitive Linguistic Studies  
A typological sketch of transcategoriality is then sketched, in relation to the strategies used by linguistic systems for the distribution of grammatical information.  ...  The status of linguistic categories is then discussed in the light of the analysis of these particular morphemes.  ...  It corresponds to a selective strategy for grammatical information (semantic roles and syntactic roles are expressed by distinct 24 units).  ... 
doi:10.1075/cogls.00015.rob fatcat:u7brnstclzbapbbtzdildkds6q

A Neuropsychological Perspective on Abstract Word Representation: From Theory to Treatment of Acquired Language Disorders

Richard J. Binney, Bonnie Zuckerman, Jamie Reilly
2016 Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports  
A parallel literature in cognitive neuroscience suggests that abstract and concrete words are at least partially neuroanatomically dissociable.  ...  In clinical neurological settings, abstract words are especially vulnerable to the effects of stroke and neurodegenerative conditions such as Alzheimer's disease.  ...  Human and Animal Rights and Informed Consent This article does not contain any studies with human or animal subjects performed by any of the authors.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11910-016-0683-0 pmid:27443646 pmcid:PMC5704934 fatcat:ucllslc2ongmfjetw4elpafbse
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