L&C Volume 2

Volume 2 (2010)

Issue 2

Adaptive cognition without massive modularity

Raymond W. Gibbs, Jr. and Guy C. Van Orden

Do classifiers predict differences in cognitive processing?  A study of nominal classification in Mandarin Chinese

Mahesh Srinivasan 

The conceptual structure of deontic meaning: A model based on geometrical principles

Paul Chilton 

Talking about quantities in space: Vague quantifiers, context and similarity

Kenny R. Coventry, Angelo Cangelosi, Stephen N. Newstead and Davi Bugmann 

Abstract motion is no longer abstract

Teenie Matlock 

Mutual bootstrapping between language and analogical processing

Dedre Gentner and Stella Christie 

Reviews:

Jordan Zlatev, Timothy P. Racine, Chris Sinha, and Esa Itkonen (eds.). The shared mind: Perspectives on intersubjectivity.

Reviewed by Karolina Krawczak 

Vyvyan Evans and Stéphanie Pourcel (eds.) New directions in Cognitive Linguistics.

Reviewed by Alena Anishchanka 

 

Issue 1

When gesture does and doesn't promote learning. 

Susan Goldin-Meadow  (University of Chicago)

The spatial foundations of the conceptual system.

Jean Mandler (University California, San Diego and University College London)

Incidental verbatim memory for language.

Olga Gurevich, Matthew A. Johnson and Adele E. Goldberg (Princeton University)

Disembodying cognition. 

Anjan Chatterjee  (University of Pennsylvania)

On the genesis of personal pronouns: some conceptual sources

Bernd Heine (University of Cologne) and Kyung-An Song (Chonnam National University)