Methods in Cognitive Linguistics
Methods in Cognitive Linguistics is an introduction to empirical methodology for language researchers. Intended as a handbook to exploring the empirical dimension of the theoretical questions raised by Cognitive Linguistics, the volume presents guidelines for employing methods from a variety of intersecting disciplines, laying out different ways of gathering empirical evidence. The book is divided into five sections. Methods and Motivations provides the reader with the preliminary background in scientific methodology and statistics. The sections on Corpus and Discourse Analysis, and Sign Language and Gesture describe different ways of investigating usage data. Behavioral Research describes methods for exploring mental representation, simulation semantics, child language development, and the relationships between space and language, and eye movements and cognition. Lastly, Neural Approaches introduces the reader to ERP research and to the computational modeling of language.
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George Lakoff,Rafael E. Núñez
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They actually said that? An introduction to working with usage data through
An introduction to experimental methods for language researchers
Inferential statistics in the context of empirical cognitive linguistics
Multiple empirical approaches to a complex analysis of discourse
A case for a cognitive corpus linguistics
Empirical methods in signed language research
Cospeech gesture as a crucial data
One way of work1ng w1th speech and gesture data
Experimental methods for simulation semantics
Experimental methods for studying the mental representation of language
A brief introduction
Methods for studying the foundations of cognitive
Experimental study of first and second language morphological processing
ERP data and cognitive linguistics
Experimental methods for studying language and space
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