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To check the role of emotions in native language identification (NLI), we model emotion information through polarity and emotion load features, and use document representations using these features to ... We explore the hypothesis that emotion is one of the dimensions of language that surfaces from the native language into a second language. ... Introduction Native Language Identification (NLI) is the task of identifying the native language (L1) of a person based on his/her writing in the second language (L2). ...doi:10.18653/v1/w18-6218 dblp:conf/wassa/MarkovNSS18 fatcat:v36r6gwa6fe4lmf2spgu7bvffa
Theoretische und empiris- che Untersuchungen zur Rolle von Emotionen in der verbalen Interaktion (Communication and Emotion: Theoretical and Empiri- cal Investigations into the Role of Emotions in Verbal ... Odgen’s The Meaning of Meaning semantic model; 9109298 international language elaboration/ propagation, Interlingua, Interna- tional Auxiliary’ Language Association works history; 9109062 —— for special ...
A Contribution to the Study of the Communicative Functions of Utterances) outline/review; 9103400 — tape pees theory, strong vs weak commitment; German functional verbal phrases, language actions designation ... English-speaking adults; 9102460 long-term voice spectrum/emotion systematic links; voice record- ings; English speakers; 9104642 native German speakers’ English vowel identification; experi- ments; 9102852 ...
Jamaican Texts of the 18th and 19th Centuries / Language in Exile: Three Hundred Years of Jamaican Creole reviewed; 9501459 word geen age relationship; experiments, empirical data; chil- dren, adults; ... teaching implications, regional French example; 9501578 linguistic security /imaginary, norms role, language change dynamics; 9501603 Mexican linguistic issues, language policy/dialects/history; 9501638 ...
, prosodic/semantic concordance judgments; right/left hemi- sphere influence; emotion identification task; French-speaking non- aphasic brain-damaged patients; 9207464 English as a foreign language oral ... language teaching perspective, affective aspects integration; 9205412 language/emotion/cognition relationship, emotive semantics/ meanings, emotivity as a linguistic category; 9204897 mothers’ emotion ...
The present study examines the effect of language experience on vocal emotion perception in a second language. ... Specifically, higher English ability was associated with less accurate identification of positive emotions, but not with the interpretation of negative emotions. ... Wrote the paper: AB PL NB-A HAE. ...doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0156855 pmid:27253326 pmcid:PMC4890767 fatcat:2uwohjqyuff7bh457b2o47od5m
one-vowel hypothesis, descriptive par- allels; 9406168 Proto-Indo-European roots, overvaluation/root conflation, lexical in- ventories; 9406080 Schrijver, P., The Reflexes of the Proto-Indo-European Laryngeals ... language variety; production tasks; native speakers aged 14-55+, Taiwan; 9404535 French for singers instruction, diction/emotional expression consider- ations, pronunciation accuracy/ musical lyrics; ...
This article deals with the problems of mental perception and cultural interpretation of phraseological units in their occasional use in the English and Russian languages. ... The role of phraseological unit's inner form in ability to undergo any transformations is investigated, imagery associations are compared, functions of stylistic devices in transformation of phraseological ... The study of occasional features of phraseological units was carried out in the framework of functional and stylistic approaches, where the emphasis was given to the identification of the stylistic role ...doi:10.5901/mjss.2015.v6n4s2p353 fatcat:77axaq3ho5bcjddx6e4446tbce
The article discusses the issues of local identity. The article discusses the issues of local identity. ... The author proves the influence on the formation of regional identity of the territorial location of the region that organically combines Eastern Christian, Islamic, and Western Christian civilizations ... The native language is considered to be the language in which the primary skills of speech interaction are formed. They use an emotional attachment to their native language. ...doi:10.20511/pyr2020.v8nspe3.732 fatcat:dtgyflmkh5cljndco4kopcwnku
At the same time, respondents from Russia and Germany consider both Russian and German languages as native, while respondents from the CIS no longer regard German as their mother language. ... In positive socialisation, sociocultural identity plays the role of a bridging rather than a connecting capital. ... The purpose of this study was to examine the role of natives/native languages and cultures in the process of socialisation in a multicultural space. ...doi:10.18844/gjs.v10i1.4752 fatcat:sgwa3hxtrbdpdf6yy427faxl2m
Conclusion: Migrant patient-related factors influence the amount of emotional cue expression in primary care. ... Practice implications: GPs should be trained in using more affective communication techniques to enhance elicitation of the underlying reasons for migrant patients' enhanced emotional cue expression. ß ... No influence of identification with Dutch culture was found, which is in accordance with a previous study on the influence of patient's cultural background on amount of emotional cues/concerns in primary ...doi:10.1016/j.pec.2015.05.018 pmid:26092767 fatcat:ycr6fxcsqfaqngulkcu3hbtnk4
/emotion-identification; verbal/nonverbal interjec- tions, natural conversation; verbal context, emotion source; college students; 9401568 facial expressions, emotion component, natural semantic metalanguage ... B., Ways with Words—Language, Life and Work in Com- munities and Classrooms, S. deCastell’s/T. ...
—Used 4 natives of Peking (aged 20-40 yrs) for whom Mandarin was the native language and | bilingual (Cantonese and Mandarin) phoneti- cian to investigate speaker-normalization in the recovery of linguisti ... Findings have implications for the role of nonverbal communication in the emotional side of group interaction. (12 ref) —Journal abstract. 19962. Giinther, Hartmut. ...
The present study examined how emotions expressed by actors of the two genders are perceived in three different sensory channels (i.e. face, prosody, and semantics). ... Eighty-eight native Mandarin participants (43 females and 45 males) were asked to identify the emotion displayed visually through face, or auditorily through prosody or semantics in a fixed-choice format ... Discussion The current research investigated the effects of communication channels and actor's gender on emotion identification performances by native speakers of Mandarin Chinese. ...doi:10.21437/interspeech.2020-1498 dblp:conf/interspeech/LinD20 fatcat:fd3l4emv3zgqrordy3d5f5odfu
related to the manifestation of emotionality in the language. ... There is a considerable number of researches devoted to the study of the verbal-conceptual set of emotions in modern linguistics, but the science of language is not yet ready to answer all the questions ... Acknowledgements The work is performed according to the Russian Government Program of Competitive Growth of Kazan Federal University. Bibliography ...doi:10.22478/ufpb.2179-7137.2019v8n4.48369 fatcat:m5or3pnvyzgo7lhf2qfzwkn6li
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