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Titulos:
Language and space / edited by Paul Bloom ... [et al.].
Idiomas:
eng
ISBN:
0262024039 (encuadernado)
Lugar de Edición:
Cambridge, Massachusetts :
Editor:
The Mit Press,
Fecha de Edición:
1996.
Notas #:
Editors: Paul Bloom, Mary A. Peterson, Lynn Nadel, and Merril F. Garret.; The present volume consists of chapters by participants in the Language and space conference held in Tucson, Arizona, 16-19 March 1994.
Notas Formateada:
Preface - Participants - Ch.1. The architecture of the lingustic-spatial interface / Ray Jackendoff - Ch.2 How much space gets into language? / Manfred Bierwisch - Ch3. Perspective taking and ellipsis in spatial descriptions / Willem J.M. Levelt -Ch.4. Frames of reference and Molyneux's question: crosslinguistic evidence / Stephen C. Levinson - Ch.5. The confluence of space and language in signed languages / Karen Emmorey - Ch.6. Fictive motion in language and "ception" / Leonard Talmy Ch.7. The spatial prepositions in english, vector grammar, and the cognitive map theory / John O'Keefe - Ch.8. Multiple geometric representations of objects in languages and language learners / Barbara Landau - Ch.9. Preverbal representation and language / Jean M. Mandler - Ch.10. Learning how to structure space for language: a crosslinguistic perspective / Melissa Bowerman - Ch.11. Space to think / Philip N. Johnson-Laird - Ch.12. Spatial perspective in descriptions / Barbara Tversky - Ch.13. A computational analysis of the apprehension of spatial relations / Gordon D. Logan and Daniel D. Sadler - Ch.14. The language-to-object perception interface : evidence from neuropsychology / Tim Shallice - Ch. 15. Space and language / Mary A. Peterson, Lynn Nadel, Paul Bloom, and Merrill F. Garrett - Name index - Subject index
Nota de contenido:
The study of the relationship between natural language and spatial cognition has the potential to yield answers to vexing questions about the nature of the mind, language, and culture. The fifteen original contributions in Language and Space bring together the major lines of research and the most important theoretical viewpoints in the areas of psychology, linguistics, anthropology, and neuroscience, providing a much needed synthesis across these diverse domains.
Palabras clave:
LANGUAGE

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Proveniencia:
##^aUniversidad Nacional de San Luis - Sistema de Bibliotecas
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Institucion:
Universidad Nacional de San Luis
Dependencia:
Sistema de Bibliotecas - Colección MARC21

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