List of accepted papers

The list of accepted papers for LCM VI

(in the order of submitting)

Larisa Erofeeva. Metaphorical Representations of the Concept HERZ (heart) in the Poetical World Picture of R.M. Rilke
Christopher Engelke. Not Growing Older Together: Augmented Communication and Intersubjectivity
Claudia Lueckert. Where the External Meets the Internal – The Representation of Proverbs in the Mind as a Function of Their Cultural Salience
Esther Pascual, Sergei Sandler and Marla Perkins. Symposium: Cognitive and Cross-linguistic Aspects of Literature
Josko Zanic. The Cognitive Network behind a Proper Name
Aurelian Botica. Poster: Using language to change perceived metaphysical phenomena
Vasil Penchev. Reality both within and out of language: The vehicle of metaphor and representation
Jamie Williams, Noah Russell and Derek Irwin. Symposium: Abstract hierarchical models in linguistics and their relevance for cognition and behaviour
Ad Foolen. Symposium: The conceptualization of emotions. Synchronic and diachronic cultural variation
Anke Werani and Sabine Anselm. Dynamic formation of speech style and identity
Marcin Kuczok. Metonymic motivation in English euphemisms. A cognitive-linguistic perspective
Caroline Cance, Amandine Pras and Gilles Cloiseau. “Catching the waves and surfing your way out of them or into them” – Creativity in musicians’ discourse about free improvisation
Gisela Bruche-Schulz. Experience and its continuous affective causation
Marcin Mizak. A good dog is a bad dog and a bad dog is a good dog – on the error of alleged contradiction, alleged non-contradiction and mutual understanding
Jean Lassegue and Clarisse Herrenschmidt. Literacy revisited: Semiotic Convergences between Alphabetic Writing, Coined Money and Geometry
Victor Rosenthal. Ways of mindreading
Ulrike Schröder and Mariana Carneiro Mendes. ‘In’ and ‘Out the Game’: Framing Real Life Metaphorically in the TV-Epos ‘The Wire’
Henry Kelly. Recognition, Valuation and Linguistic Power
Allison Barnes. Indexical representation in mindreading: how is the content fixed?
Aleksandra Frej. On embodiment in language – a study in euphoria
Piotr Giza. Minds and Machines in Scientific Discovery: internal vs. external; languages, representations, and practices
Hubert Kowalewski. On forces and things. Metaphors of emotions in Buddhism
Milene Mendes de Oliveira. American English X Brazilian English: an empirical study on pragmatic and sociocultural differences
Magdalena Zyga. Mixed feelings – between mental representation and social practice
Anetta Kopecka and Benjamin Fagard. Source and Goal expressions in German and Polish
Don Dedrick. Is the rate of children’s colour language learning inconsistent with the existence of pre-linguistic colour categories?
Lars Bülow and Matthias Herz. Kiezdeutsch (Hood German) – from interlanguage to multiethnolectal affected youth language
Igor Nevvazhay. On Semiotic Typology of Cultures
John Sarnecki. Scaffolding Language: Words, Tools and the Transmission of Acquired Information
Kenny Siu Sing Huen. ‘My foundations’: Wittgenstein on Normativity of Language
Guillaume Jaudhuin. Towards a Multilevel and Multimodal Analysis of Interjections: the Case of “As if!” in Spoken and Written Discourse
Kristian Tylen. Embodied and disembodied problem solving
Richard Cameron. Revisiting the binary distinction of competence vs. performance or grammar vs. usage: A sociolinguistic response to Newmeyer (2003)
Luke Barnesmoore, Laurent El Ghaoui and Sophie Clavier. Machine Learning Methodologies: Digital Humanities
Barbara Lewandowska-Tomaszczyk. Emotion patterning in online discussion and a comparison of the users’ group profiles
Faycel Dakhlaoui and Guy Achard-Bayle. The eating experience across cultures: a cognitive view
Ewelina Wnuk. Semantics at the intersection of disciplines: The perceptual lexicon of Maniq in relation to ethnobiology
Márton Petykó. Discursive community and identity construction in 18th century Hungarian witchcraft trials
Ahmad Izadi. The image of self and social force in relationships among Persians
Katarzyna Stadnik. Language, cognition and time: The relation revisited
Joanna Redzimska. Can cartoon films enhance multi-modal communication? ”Cars 1”- a case study
Gudrun Rawoens. Poster: Causation in Language. The development of causatives in Modern Danish from a functional perspective
Victor Fernandez. Language: The ultimate Mindshaper
Tom Schoonen. A step towards a unified theory of cognition
Boris Brandhoff. Wilfrid Sellars’s Naturalistic Pragmatics: The Basic Idea
Dominique Boutet and Marion Blondel. Pointing in time is perpendicular to pointing in space
Ilaria Venuti. A comparison of the realization of requestive speech acts in Italian and German
Andrzej Dąbrowski. Emotions, Nature, and Culture
Gunnar Sandin. Agencies of communication in urban planning. A semiotic view on architecture as a means of alteration of space
Artemij Keidan. “Fixed” vs. “shifting” words: linguistic and philosophical viewpoints
Sylwia Wojtczak. OUGHT IS IS metaphor as a source of naturalistic fallacy in the legal domain
Anita Żytowicz. Face-threatening acts in professional versus non-professional translation
Augusto Soares Da Silva. The cultural and moral grounding of the metaphors of austerity policies in the Portuguese press
Mateusz Radzki. Quantifiers in ordinary language in the light of Ludwik Borkowski’s theory of ‘proper quantifiers’
Anna Piata. (Non-)conventional construals of time in Modern Greek: a cognitive linguistic study
Jakub Gomułka. Understanding Cognitive Practices: Between Reductionism and Inferentialism
Stefano Oliva. Wittgenstein and Freud: an aesthetic model of explanation
Tessa Yuditha. Are you a butterfly or a spider? A preliminary study of metaphor on Minangkabau women.
Roberto Bottini and Daniel Casasanto. Beyond ATOM. Space and time in the human mind
Tatiana Yevtushenko and Tatiana Butuzova. Punctuation tolerance in international scientific prose
Vera Da Silva Sinha, Nanblá Gakran, Paltu Kamaiura, Wary Kamaiura, Joaquim Kaxinawa, Makalauka Mehinako, Kaman Nahakua, Ana Suelly Arruda Câmara Cabral, Gerd Carling, Sandra Cronham and Chris Sinha. Is the absence of linguistic space-time mapping correlated with small number systems and the absence of calendric systems? A study of Amazonian languages
Göran Sonesson. Strutting and Fretting upon the Stage. From representation to (en)action and back again
Malgorzata Fabiszak. Historical Dynamics Approach to Metaphor
Iryna Galutskikh. Imagery Conceptualization of the Sensory Body in English Modernit Fiction
Elena Albu. A Metarepresentational Approach to Negation
Julien Magnier. Poster: Storytelling prosody. Create, increase, and resolve narrative tension with voice
Alexis Rendon. Reinterpreting Sensorimotor Contingency Theory: Insights from Emulation Theory
Hanna J. Batoréo. Perspectivization of body parts in Portuguese (EP and BP): the case of ‘colo’ and ‘nuca’
Jordan Zlatev and Lorraine McCune. Representational capacity and intersubjectivity in a dynamic systems model of semiotic development
Anna Kędra-Kardela. A Cognitve Analysis of Intertextuality: A Study in David Lodge’s The British Museum is Falling Down
Aleksandra Kołtun. Performativity in the studies of science – primary assumptions (and further doubts)
Rafał Augustyn. Emotional (extra) dimension of meaning construction process
Joanna Marhula. Intersubjectivity in spoken interaction: discourse markers in BBC radio talk
Valentina Vapnarsky. Temporality and intersubjectivity: a view from Yucatec Maya
Piotr Konderak. On the way to intersubjectivity: between ontology of language and ontologies of minds
Jessica Pepp. Words as appearances in speech
Francis X. Altomare. The Complexity of Influence: Semiosis, Coordination Dynamics, and the Co-Evolution of Language and Culture
Esa Itkonen. Construction = Schema = Analogy
Barbara Fultner. Taking the Second-Person Perspective Seriously in Social Cognition

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