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Measuring morphology: the tip of the iceberg ? Measuring morphology: the tip of the iceberg ?: A retrospective on ten years of morphological processing
International audience Despite the intensive study of morphological effects with various on-linetechniques such as masked priming, psycholinguistics did not manage so far to present a consensual framework, and are still divided on the nature and the locus of morphology in the mental lexicon. In this...
Systematic variations in second language speech : a sociolinguistic study
GLAWI, a free XML-encoded Machine-Readable Dictionary built from the French Wiktionary
International audience This article introduces GLAWI, a large XML-encoded machine-readable dictionary automatically extracted from Wiktionnaire, the French edition of Wiktionary. GLAWI contains 1,341,410 articles and is released under a free license. Besides the size of its headword list, GLAWI inhe...
Minimal reference: The use of pronouns in Finnish and Estonian discourse
"This book presents some of the most recent research on Finnish and Estonian pronouns and other minimal forms of reference. The articles deal with features particular to the pronoun systems of Finnic languages, such as logophoricity and the use of demonstratives for human referents, as well as other...
Study of language strategies of speakers of French L1 and foreign learners when taking notes in French: language learning perspectives
This thesis aims to study the different types of treatment used by speakers of French L1 and foreign learners from French when taking notes in that language, based on oral speech. The aim of this work, which forms part of a psycholinguistic perspective, is to analyse the compliance and semantic and...
Pengungkapan Emosi Kekecewaan pada Anak Usia 1—3 Tahun: Sebuah Kajian Psikolinguistik
This study describes the expressions of disappointment in 1—3 years children in a psycholinguistic perspective. The purpose of this study is to identify, analyze, and describe the language or speech spoken by children when they expressing disappointment. The method used is descriptive qualitative an...
Evolutionary model(s) of ontogeny of linguistic categories : four simulations
Our thesis unifes paradigms of universal darwinism, developmental psycholinguistics and computational linguistics in order to furnish a novel account of language development in human as well as artificial language-acquiring agents. Thesis is preceded by a supplementary volume called "Conceptual Foun...
CA YVINEC, Post-doctoral anthropologist (Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistic, nima? gue), a) email@example.com My ethnographic contribution to the FABRIQ’AM programme (2013-2016) will come from a A MENA study since 2005 on an Amazon group, the SuruA of the Ronda? nia, and will focus on the...
Investigating the Translation Process
the author describes the methodology and analysis strategies developed as part of a research project aimed at psycholinguistic analysis of translation performance from a body of oral translations (English-English and vice versa) with a view to reconstructing the strategies underpinning translation....
Perceptual sensitivity to non-native sounds: ERP evidence of neuroplasticity in the phonological system related to second language learning
Foraging postures are a potential communicative signal in female bonobos
International audience Body postures are essential in animal behavioural repertoires and their communicative role has been assessed in a wide array of taxa and contexts. Some body postures function as amplifiers, a class of signals that increase the detection likelihood of other signals. While forag...
A Study of the Use of English Sentence Stress for the Comprehension of Meaning by Adult Second Language Learners (Psycholinguistics, Arabic, Spanish, Acquisition)
Thesis (Ph.D.)--University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1985. Research interest in the prosody of English has increased in recent years and has resulted in detailed descriptions of some of the prosodic features of the language. There is also now evidence that the prosodic features are vital to c...
Language attitudes, theoretical review and impact on foreign language teaching
The aim of this article is to carry out a general review of the field of language attitudes and, in particular, their applications in foreign language teaching. It starts with a disciplinary location of language attitudes, taking into account the main authors and theoretical lines. It also looks at...
Stream of Consciousness or confluence points? Timeliness and conscience in Mrs Dalloway: a psycholinguistic and cognitive approach
This article looks at the relationship between perception of time and manifestations of (self-esteem) consciousness in Mrs Dalloway (1925) by Virginia Woolf, from a cognitive and psycholinguistic point of view. Time, which cannot be conceived as an object, is an obsession shared by the protagonists...
Phonological variation and lexical representation in speech production : phonetic and psycholinguistic evidence on french schwa
this work examines the mechanisms and representations underlying the production of words with several pronunciation variations. A process of phonological variation is studied in particular: the French schwa. The results of phonetic and psycholinguistic studies suggest that variations without schwa d...
EVOLEX: psycholinguistic and computational approaches to access to lexicon and semantic proximity between pairs of words
Objectives to develop a computer-aided method to assess among populations with or without lan-gatting disorders how we access the information in our mental lexicon, we combine this information with each other. To achieve this objective, we combine psycholinguistic and neuropsychology skills on the o...
Mental Lexicon Architecture and Morphological Processing of French Verbs
How words are recognized? How do we process word meaning? These questions have been pursued in lexical access and word recognition studies in the last half century of research in psycho-, neuro-, and linguistics. Morphological processing is an essential level of processing for information extraction...
Evolution of communication competence through pragmatic intervention in late language: case study
This work describes the effectiveness of evaluation and pragmatic intervention in a case of secondary language delay to child brain damage. The logistical intervention adopted a theoretical framework for functional cognitive psychology and focused on enhancing pragmatic communicative skills by stimu...
Philosophy of Red Color: Lingual and Extralingual Aspects
This article analyses various lingual and extra lingual researches on a red color, comparing the symbolic meanings of color, which used to be and still are specific for different cultural communities. The objective of the article is to identify peculiarities in the interpretation of red color in the...
Lughah al-Hayawānāt: Dirāsah Naẓariyyah fī Manẓūr ‘Ilm al-Lughah al-Nafsī (Animal Language: Theoretical Study from Psycholinguistics Perspective)
<em>Living with others is not only experienced by humans but also by animals. Animals also use a communication system that enables them to work together. However, their communication system is different from humans. This difference is based on specific characters distinguishing a language from that...
The World of Translation
<p><em>Basically, transferring message from the source to target language is not just changing the language, as there is multidiscipline process in the translation. The complexity performed since the language is multi-system and its variety in communication is never apart from context. Therefore, th...
TRANSCRIPTION SOFTWARES AS AID FOR RESEARCH WITH MULTIMODAL APPROACH IN THE LANGUAGE ACQUISITION PROCESS
Through this work, it aims to contribute to the research carried out under the analysis in language acquisition, through the presentation of two data transcription free software that assist the organization and analysis of communicative interactions in natural use. The multimodal approach Language A...
Softwares de transcrição como auxílio para as pesquisas com enfoque multimodal no processo de aquisição da linguagem
RESUMO:Através do presente trabalho, almeja-se contribuir com as pesquisas realizadas no âmbito das análises em Aquisição da Linguagem, identificando de que forma dois softwareslivres, de transcrição de dados, podem auxiliar a organização e a análise das interações comunicativas em uso natural com b...
Meaning and Association
The study of associations from the perspective of psycholinguistics contributes to the comprehensive description of thinking and the types of its expression. This can be made possible through the classification of the word associations presented by the participants in the course of a psycholinguisti...
Specific Character of Loan-Words Perception in Youth Ethnic Culture
This paper presents the results of a sociolinguistic survey of students conducted on the basis of a corpus of interviews gathered at the Institute of Philology and Cross Cultural Communication, Volgograd State University. The experimental study was aimed at the recognition of loan-words belonging to...