Applied Cognitive Linguistics: Theory and language acquisition
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- ISBN: 9781682503478
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Cognitive linguistics (CL) refers to the branch of linguistics that interprets language in terms of the concepts, sometimes universal, sometimes specific to a particular tongue, which underlie its forms. It is thus closely associated with semantics but is distinct from psycholinguistics, which draws upon empirical findings from cognitive psychology in order to explain the mental processes that underlie the acquisition, storage, production and understanding of speech and writing. This introductory book sketches the theoretical position of cognitive linguistics together with a number of practical features of the way in which research in cognitive linguistics is organized. The book deals with different conceptual phenomena that are recognized by cognitive linguistics.
Print ISBN: 978-1-68250-347-8 | $ 145 | 2017 | Hardcover
Editor: Jack Collins