Motivation in Grammar and the Lexicon (Human Cognitive Processing)

Motivation in Grammar and the Lexicon (Human Cognitive Processing)


Language constitution and use are mostly formed through cognitive approaches akin to categorizing, framing, inferencing, associative (metonymic), and analogical (metaphorical) considering, and – mediated via cognition – by means of physically event, emotion, belief, motion, social/communicative interplay, tradition, and the inner ecology of the linguistic process itself. The participants to the current quantity reveal how those language-independent components inspire grammar and the lexicon in quite a few languages akin to English, German, French, Italian, Hungarian, Russian, Croatian, eastern, and Korean. the quantity might be of significant curiosity to scholars and students in cognitive and practical linguistics.

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