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Travelling in Time and Space at the Origins of Language

Francesco Ferretti
2014 Humana.Mente: Journal of Philosophical Studies  
The second assumption, concerning processing devices, is connected to the idea that the systems of spatial and temporal navigation are implicated in discourse coherence processing.  ...  In this paper we propose a narrative hypothesis on the nature of language and a proto-discursive hypothesis on the origin of our communicative abilities. Our proposal is based on two assumptions.  ...  What evidence do we have in favour of the idea that the expressive clues used in conversational processes can be considered analogous to the use of landmarks in spatial navigation to build the right route  ... 
doaj:3360f5c4587a45a8921fe7ec02c71822 fatcat:chyafkrvqvayrc3sacbusmez34

Page 7 of Language Sciences Vol. , Issue 35 [page]

1975 Language Sciences  
Such a taxonomy looks like figure 2. It should be noted in favour of this taxonomy that: 1. It is deductive; 2. It descends in orderly progression from genus to species; 3.  ...  Linguistic understanding (in the broadest sense of L) is a prereq- uisite of substantive identification, and amounts to choice between significations of units of the entry language in a given context.  ... 

The timely expression of coherence helps cause the right impression

Fernando Gordillo, José M. Arana, Juan José G. Meilán, Lilia Mestas, Miguel Ángel Pérez
2017 Anales de Psicología  
The results are discussed, along with their implications for the adaptive processes present in natural contexts.</p>  ...  (coherent, neutral, incoherent), and the type of coding, referring to the moment when the verbal and non-verbal information was presented to them (simultaneously, separately).  ...  If that information is coded at the same time and prior to inferences being made on their personality, this might lead to a process whereby the non-verbal content interferes with the coding of verbal information  ... 
doi:10.6018/analesps.33.2.261471 fatcat:4rfhrg26kfgpvc7a5gk2rpdnca

Applied linguistics in its disciplinary context

Anthony J. Liddicoat
2010 Australian Review of Applied Linguistics  
Australia's current attempt to develop a process to evaluate the quality of research (Excellence in Research for Australia – ERA) places a central emphasis on the disciplinary organisation of academic  ...  In most formulations of the focus of Applied Linguistics, the emphasis has not been on identifying a discipline, but rather on identifying an area of focus.  ...  a coherent organisation of work in Applied Linguistics.  ... 
doi:10.2104/aral1014 fatcat:wewtapugdjbunoxgjg6a3zzbju

Applied linguistics in its disciplinary context

Anthony J. Liddicoat
2010 Australian Review of Applied Linguistics  
Australia's current attempt to develop a process to evaluate the quality of research (Excellence in Research for Australia – ERA) places a central emphasis on the disciplinary organisation of academic  ...  In most formulations of the focus of Applied Linguistics, the emphasis has not been on identifying a discipline, but rather on identifying an area of focus.  ...  a coherent organisation of work in Applied Linguistics.  ... 
doi:10.1075/aral.33.2.01lid fatcat:novgxoxjq5g27e37npuxzjhheq

Building a Knowledge Structure for English: Reflections on the Challenges of Coherence, Cumulative Learning, Portability and Face Validity

Mary Macken-Horarik
2011 Australian Journal of Education  
The Australian curriculum for English emphasises creation of a 'coherent' and 'cumulative' 'body of knowledge about how the English language works', with learning that is 'portable and applicable to new  ...  The article concludes with a heuristic figure for representing key parameters of knowledge structure in English and a proposal for interrelating these so as to optimize implementation of the curriculum  ...  Many teachers don't (yet) have a coherent map of language as a whole and how to deploy it in English teaching.  ... 
doi:10.1177/000494411105500303 fatcat:vyvgljccovf4dijjtiqzgn6yqi

From decision to action : intentionality, a guide for the specification of intelligent agents' behaviour [article]

Pierre De Loor
2011 arXiv   pre-print
This requires to consider the need of semantic very early in the design process. The Intentional agent model is here exposed as a possible answer.  ...  Within this context, it is neces sary to reach a high level of expressivness in order to enforce interactions between the designer and the behavioural model during the in-line prototyping.  ...  very carefully the final implementation language in order to keep a strong coherence within those different aspects.  ... 
arXiv:1107.3298v1 fatcat:23es3ojmwvab3hid7cds2c3vgu

FROM DECISION TO ACTION: INTENTIONALITY, A GUIDE FOR THE SPECIFICATION OF INTELLIGENT AGENT'S BEHAVIOR

PIERRE-ALEXANDRE FAVIER, PIERRE DE LOOR
2006 International Journal of Image and Graphics  
This requires to consider the need of semantic very early in the design process. The Intentional agent model is here exposed as a possible answer.  ...  Within this context, it is necessary to reach a high level of expressivness in order to enforce interactions between the designer and the behavioural model during the in-line prototyping.  ...  very carefully the final implementation language in order to keep a strong coherence within those different aspects.  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0219467806002100 fatcat:je53wgxasffj5ckaldt3unetay

Autobiographical Narratives in Williams Syndrome: Structural, Process and Content Dimensions

Óscar F. Gonçalves, Ana P. Pinheiro, Adriana Sampaio, Nuno Sousa, Montse Férnandez, Margarida Henriques
2011 Journal of Developmental and Physical Disabilities  
Using a new scoring system, structural (coherence), process (complexity) and content (multiplicity) aspects of autobiographical narrative production were analyzed in WS.  ...  This process involves different cognitive functions (e.g., episodic memory, emotion, attention, executive functions, language and semantic J Dev Phys Disabil (2011) 23:289-302  ...  By using a new scoring system, structural (coherence), process (complexity) and content (multiplicity) aspects of autobiographical narrative production in WS were compared with those of a write typically  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10882-011-9228-2 fatcat:w2jx2m75dje3roccyr22za62pu

Preface

2019 Journal of Language Relationship  
The focus is on phonological rules that are borrowed from a co-territorial language, a phenomenon that has received scarce treatment in the study of language in contact.  ...  The study of language contact in and through Ancient Anatolia played a significant role in the agenda of the Verona workshop.  ...  The data discussed by Scala speak in favour of borrowed rules formulated in terms of phonological features, which in turn provides a welcome confirmation of cognitive reality behind such units.  ... 
doi:10.31826/jlr-2019-163-404 fatcat:5k5gslegonemti7ttzmujmpcbm

Natural Language Alignment as a Process: Applying Functional Pragmatics in Information Systems Development

Marianne Corvera Charaf, Christoph Rosenkranz
2010 European Conference on Information Systems  
Taking this into consideration, we claim that the effectiveness of ISD depends on the ability to manage how people deal with language in practice and reach language alignment in a concrete ISD process.  ...  In doing so, we contribute to the growing field of research on the role of natural language in ISD by examining the processes and factors contributing to language effectiveness.  ...  strategies on the development of coherent entities in ISD.  ... 
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Development of neural oscillatory activity in response to speech in children from four to six years old

Paula Ríos‐López, Nicola Molinaro, Mathieu Bourguignon, Marie Lallier
2020 Developmental Science  
prosodic information, at 7 years of age the low-frequency components of speech are processed in a bilateral manner.  ...  In the current study, speech-brain entrainment was recorded via EEG in a cohort of children at three different time points since they were 4-5 to 6-7 years of age.  ...  (<8 Hz) phase coherent activity would code for the prosodic and syllabic information of the linguistic signal and show a right hemisphere bias.  ... 
doi:10.1111/desc.12947 pmid:32043677 fatcat:d7xpmwdadnhw7p2dklplxv6joi

Anna Dziemianko: User-friendliness of Verb Syntax in Pedagogical Dictionaries of English

M Abecassis
2009 Lexikos  
In the process of establishing a user-friendly dictionary, the changes, though extensive, remain modest but in the much longer term, more complex changes take place to incorporate revisions and give them  ...  new clarity and coherence across the many and expanding contexts in which they are used.  ... 
doi:10.4314/lex.v18i1.47267 fatcat:labikhs7zjbofkpyti2pvnltga

Anna Dziemianko. User-friendliness of Verb Syntax in Pedagogical Dictionaries of English

Michaël Abecassis
2011 Lexikos  
In the process of establishing a user-friendly dictionary, the changes, though extensive, remain modest but in the much longer term, more complex changes take place to incorporate revisions and give them  ...  new clarity and coherence across the many and expanding contexts in which they are used.  ... 
doi:10.5788/18-0-499 fatcat:zxyxd6bevbal7a5jljp3dpb5gm

Text in the world of synergized codes

Jacek Warchala
2020 Prace Językoznawcze  
This study deals with the problem of limits of philological research in the contextof the evolution of philology towards anthropology of language and transgression (in themultimedia age) of limits of a  ...  or, in some instances, the code of arranged space.  ...  This transition is regarded as the beginning of the modern period, that is a departure from the written culture in favour of the image which from now on dominates the process of perceiving and conceptualizing  ... 
doi:10.31648/pj.5826 fatcat:rwwih77j6jfizch2lirushypoi
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