Representative topics in the journal include:

Methodological topics

  • Interdisciplinary methods of investigations in the linguistic and cognitive sciences (as related to given study topics)

Theoretical topics

  • Theories and models of language in the mind

Disciplinary topics

  • Gesture and communication
  • Psycholinguistic processing
  • Neurolinguistics
  • Origins and evolution of language and mind
  • Human linguistic and conceptual development
  • Non-human communication and cognition
  • Symbolic cognition
  • The nature of semantic and conceptual representations
  • Language, creativity and imagination
  • Figurative language and thought
  • Blending
  • Language, cognition, and behavior
  • The cognitive dimension of linguistic socialization
  • The intersection of language, thought and culture
  • Discourse and embodied practice
  • Language as a window onto cognition
  • The relationship between linguistic structure and cognitive processes
  • Language and its influences on thought

Applied topics

  • Applications of cognitive perspectives onto language for language education, therapy, translation practice, forensics, and more 

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