12th International Cognitive Linguistics Conference

FINAL PROGRAM

SUNDAY, 23 June 2013

CCIS 1-430

THEME SESSION 1:  The Verbalization of Experience: In Honor of Wallace Chafe

Organizers:  John DuBois & Patricia Clancy

 

Verbalization of experience I: Implications for cognitive-functional linguistics

9:00-9:20

The verbalization of experience: An old/new theme for cognitive-functional linguistics;  John Du Bois & Patricia Clancy

9:20-9:40

Above and Beyond Intonation Units;  Wallace Chafe

9:40-10:00

Theatrical and film performance as an Actor-Author-Audience Triangle;  David McNeill (via pre-recorded presentation) PRESENTATION

10:00-10:20

Cross-linguistic patterns in the verbalization of experience;  Marianne Mithun

10:20-10:40

Coffee Break

10:40-11:00

Disjunctive exemplars: Verbalizing elusive categories;  Mira Ariel

11:00-11:20

Complementizers at Intonational Boundaries: Lexical co-occurrence frequencies, grammaticization, and prosody;  Alexander Wahl

11:20-11:40

Verbalizing Personal and Fictive Experiences in Narrative Development;  Ruth Berman

11:40-12:00

What's in a sentence? Segmenting experience in Japanese narration;  Patricia Clancy

 

12:00-13:00        Lunch break

 

 

Verbalization of experience II: From events to event structure

13:00-13:20

The verbalization of experience in digital messages;  Deborah Tannen

13:20-13:40

Representing Agency in Trauma Narratives: Sociocultural Motivations for Variability in Verbalization;  Lynnette Arnold

13:40-14:00

Iconicity in event representation across languages;  Jürgen Bohnemeyer PRESENTATION

14:00-14:20

Coffee Break

14:20-14:40

Verbalizing motion events in French, Swedish and Thai;  Jordan Zlatev, Benjamin Fagard, & Johan Blomberg (postponed until Thursday 14.50 in CCIS L1-160)

14:40-15:00

Blazing the narrative path: Motion events and narrative structure in the English pear stories;  Nicholas Lester PRESENTATION

15:00-15:20

So many events, so few verbs: The variable verbalization of 3-participant events in two languages;  John Du Bois

15:20-16:00

Discussion

 

 

13:00-17:00        REGISTRATION (pick up conference materials, registration receipt, banquet ticket, lunch tickets; swag for sale)  PCL Lounge

16:30-17:00        OPENING CEREMONY   CCIS 1-430

17:00-18:30        PLENARY    Joan Bybee  (University of New Mexico)    Looking back, looking forward: the emergence of grammatical meaning     CCIS 1-430  

18:30-20:00        RECEPTION (sponsored by John Benjamins)  PCL Lounge

 
 

MONDAY, 24 June 2013

 

7:30-8:30    Breakfast and Coffee  PCL Lounge

 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

CCIS L1-160

CCIS L1-140

CCIS M-149

CCIS 1-430

CCIS M-145

 

Adpositional Polysemy

Session Chair: Andrea Tyler

CL and Theories of Language Change

Session Chair: Arie Verhagen

Metaphor Theory

Session Chair: Sherman Wilcox

Image Schemas and Mental Models

Session Chair: Augusto Soares da Silva

CL and Advertising

Session Chair: Seana Coulson

THEME SESSION 2
Cognitively Grounded Lexica, Constructicons, & Metaphor Repositories; Organizers: Miriam Petruck & Tiago Torrent

THEME SESSION 3
Consolidating a Map of Talmyan Cognitive Semantics: Looking Within, Across, and Beyond its Systems; Organizer: Thomas Li

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8:30-8:55

For: One schematic meaning vs. 36 dictionary senses and subsenses

Carleen Gruntman

The Historical Development of Fictive Motion

Till Bergmann

Similes in interaction:
Beyond (metaphor and) compare

PRESENTATION

Maria-Josep Cuenca & Manuela Romano

Distinguishing between different indirect directive constructions: Six-parameter approach

Hidemitsu Takahashi


Shockvertising: Beyond Blunt Slogans and Drastic Images. A Conceptual Blending Analysis

Agnieszka Mierzwinska-Hajnos

 

Location of perspective point underlying events of motion in European Portuguese

PRESENTATION

Hanna Batoréo

8:55-9:20

A Cognitive Linguistics account of Farsi be

Narges Mahpeykar
(presented by Yunkyoung Kang)

Primary and Complex Metaphors in the History of the Romance Languages 

Natalya Stolova

Conceptual metaphor: A thing of language as well as thought

PRESENTATION

Rong Chen & Dafu Yang

How we think about depression:
Metaphors matter

PRESENTATION

Florencia Reali, Juan Carlos Paris, Daniela Rodriguez, Tania Soriano, & Angie Valderrama


Grounding creative processes

Lorena Pérez-Hernández &
Paula Pérez-Sobrino

WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION TO THE THEME SESSION

The Mechanism of Thought Configuration (MTC) in Thought Schemas

Shihai (Tony) Yin

9:20-9:45

What use reveals about prepositional meaning: The case of SOBRE in Brazilian Portuguese

PRESENTATION

Aparecida de Araújo Oliveira & Nayara Soares Branco

A Cognitive Linguistics Approach to Studying Language Relationships in Athapaskan

PRESENTATION

Conor Snoek

Mega-metaphor: A Textual Semantic Account of Conceptual Metaphor and Grammatical Metaphor

Zhong Yang & Zhengjun Lin

Toward the understanding of humorous metonymies: A corpus-based approach

Sabina Tabacaru

The perfect world of Absolut Vodka: The analysis of multimodal metaphors in American Television Commercials

Larysa Bobrova

Enriching FrameNet with Scalar Information

Josef Ruppenhofer & Jasper Brandes

Force dynamics and adpositional constructions: The case of Finnish läpi ‘through’

Csenge Fekete, Tuomas Huumo, & Kersten Lehismets

9:45-10:10

Does ontogeny recapitulate phylogeny? Prepositional polysemy in L2 Spanish

Yvonne Lam

Towards an Integrated Cognitive-Linguistic Theory of Morphology and Morphological Change

PRESENTATION

Stefan Hartmann & Michael Pleyer

Wikis, Beans, and Cats: The Cascade Theory of Metaphor

PRESENTATION

George Lakoff & Oana David

Framing the manager: Goal-oriented motivator or empathic communicator?

Lise-Lotte Holmgreen


FrameCup 2014: A Frame-based Domain-Specific Multilingual Electronic Dictionary

PRESENTATION

Rove Chishman, Maria Salomčo, Anderson Bertoldi, Tiago Torrent, Ely Matos, & Cassiane Ogliari

Force Dynamics: Continuous or Discrete?

Carey Benom

10:10-10:35

Polysemy of Adpositions and Ambiguity of Word Classes

Ann Veismann

Language Evolution, Usage & Cognition – Towards an Integration of Cognitive Linguistics and Evolutionary Linguistics

PRESENTATION

Michael Pleyer & James Winters

Three kinds of metaphor-in-language
and how we can use them to synthesize theories of metaphor

PRESENTATION

Jonathan Dunn

Frame Semantics and the Presidential Debates

PRESENTATION

Natalia Knoblock

 

Legal Frames: Applying Frame Semantics to specialized languages

PRESENTATION

Anderson Bertoldi, Rove Chishman, Thaís Minghelli, Carolina Müller, & Carla Krieger de Valle

An Empirical Study on Stationary Motion Event in Mandarin Chinese

PRESENTATION

Fuyin (Thomas) Li

 

10:35-11:00     Coffee Break  PCL Lounge

11:00-12:30     PLENARY      Hongyin Tao (UCLA)      Remembering in discourse and grammar: Integrating social interactive & corpus-based approaches        CCIS 1-430   
                   

12:30-14:00     Lunch Break (Boxed lunches are available for pre-purchase with conference registration; pick up in PCL Lounge)

 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

CCIS L1-160

CCIS L1-140

CCIS M-149

CCIS 1-430

CCIS M-145

 

Adpositional Polysemy

Session Chair: Andrea Tyler

Frequency and Usage

Session Chair: Patrick Duflley

Metaphor: Discourse
Applications

Session Chair: Günter Radden

Polyfunctionality:
Demonstratives

Session Chair: Jordan Lachler

CL and Statistical/Computational Modelling

Session Chair: Antti Arppe

THEME SESSION 2, cont.
Cognitively Grounded Lexica, Constructicons, & Metaphor Repositories

THEME SESSION 3, cont.
Consolidating a Map of Talmyan Cognitive Semantics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14:00-14:25

Polysemy of -ey in Korean spatial construction

Yunkyoung Kang

Usage based grammar and rarely-used structures: What is adequate data?

Peter Uhrig

argument is war Metaphors in Current Politics

Chelsea Coe & Bodo Winter

The grammaticalization of Dene demonstratives

Sally Rice

Statistical Tools & the Behavior of Rival Forms: Logistical Regression, Tree & Forest, & Naive Discriminative Learning

PRESENTATION

Harald Baayen & Laura Janda

Constructicon building in Japanese FrameNet: What it reveals about English and Japanese frames and constructions

PRESENTATION

Kyoko Ohara

A Multimodal Perspective on Cognitive Semantics: Integrating the Verbal, Vocal, and Gestural -- A Look at Quot(ativ)es

PRESENTATION

Martina Lampert

14:25-14:50

A principled polysemy analysis of a Japanese goal marker in motion event constructions: The case of ni

Mariko Uno

Frequency and register-specificity as determinants of constructional choice

Arne Zeschel & Hagen Lehmann

How motion metaphors
drive political races

Teenie Matlock, Marcus Perlman, Morgan Fleming, & Chelsea Coe

Extended Functions of the Northern Pwo Karen Medial Demonstrative

PRESENTATION

Audra Phillips

Subject-verb agreement and the structure of cognitive representations

Cecily Duffield

Frame elements & construction elements: Division of labor in the Swedish FrameNet & Constructicon

PRESENTATION

Benjamin Lyngfelt, L. Borin, M. Forsberg, K. Friberg Heppin, R. Johansson, R. Rydstedt, & M. Toporowska Gronostaj

Talmy's topological dimensions of figure and ground applied to gesture

Julius Hassemer

14:50-15:15

The Principled Polysemy of Chinese Word “Dao”

Lihong Huang

Rethinking Coercion as a Cognitive Phenomenon: Data from Processing, Frequency, and Acceptability Judgments

PRESENTATION

Suzanne Kemmer & Soyeon Yoon

 

Demonstratives in Cebuano: Referential and Non-referential Functions

PRESENTATION

Michael Tanangkingsing

Man meets machine. Predicting lexical preferences using conditional probabilities

PRESENTATION

Dagmar Divjak, Antti Arppe, & Ewa Dąbrowska

Computational Representation of Image Schemas in FrameNet

PRESENTATION

Tiago Torrent, Maria Salomčo, Thaís Sampaio, Natália Sigiliano, Ely Matos, & Tatiane Tavares

Embodiment, Palpability, and the Cognitive State System

PRESENTATION

Günther Lampert

 

15:15-15:40         Coffee Break  PCL Lounge

 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

CCIS L1-160

CCIS L1-140

CCIS M-149

CCIS 1-430

CCIS M-145

 

Case-Marking & Adpositions

Session Chair: Andrea Tyler

Categorizing Identity

Session Chair: Dirk Geeraerts

Metaphor: Discourse Applications, cont.

Session Chair: Günter Radden

Polyfunctionality: Basic Verbs

Session Chair: Jordan Lachler

CL and Statistical/Computational
Modelling, cont.

Session Chair: Antti Arppe

THEME SESSION 2, cont.
Cognitively Grounded Lexica, Constructicons, & Metaphor Repositories

THEME SESSION 3, cont. Consolidating a Map of Talmyan Cognitive Semantics

15:40-16:05

North Sámi Ambipositions: Radial Category Profiling & Typological Comparisons

PRESENTATION

Laura Janda, Lene Antonsen, & Berit Anne Baal

The Sociocognitive Individual: Exemplars, Identity & Speech Production

PRESENTATION

Michael Barlow & Vaclav Brezina

Gendered Selves, Gendered Subjects: Transgender Identities & the Divided Person Metaphor

PRESENTATION

Ayden Parish

A Contrastive Study of Grammatical-ization Patterns of the Verbs for 'Give' in Thai & Mandarin Chinese

Kingkarn Thepkanjana & Satoshi Uehara

Implementing cognitive semantics in a cognitive modeling system

PRESENTATION

Deryle Lonsdale

The MetaNet metaphor repository: Formalized representation and analysis of conceptual metaphor networks

PRESENTATION

Jisup Hong, Elise Stickles, & Ellen Dodge

On Linguistic Universality:
The spatial schema of Mandarin postposition li3

PRESENTATION

Longbo Ren

16:05-16:30

German endpoint focus verbs & their role in case alternation with two-way prepositions: A qualitative & quantitative analysis

Jonah Rys

Conceptual models, discourses & political change. ‘Britishness’ in a social cognitive linguistics

PRESENTATION

Peter Harder

Interaction between analogy, mental spaces, & metaphor in the Holy Qur’an

Zouheir Maalej

Posture verbs in Innu

Fanny York

Three compatible models of S-curves in language change

PRESENTATION

Angus Grieve-Smith

A Multilingual Functional Repository for Cognitive Linguists

Srini Narayanan & Jisup Hong

Which way to move:
The evolution of motion expressions
in Chinese

Wenlei Shi & Yicheng Wu

16:30-16:55

Collocation of prefixes and prepositional phrases in Russian verbs of motion

Vitaly Nikolaev
(presented by Andrea Tyler)

Becoming an ‘Autonomous Writer’: Displays of Agency & Understanding in the Writing Conference

Patricia Mayes

Culturally motivated animal metaphors in an expressive construction

PRESENTATION

Klaus-Uwe Panther & Linda Thornburg

Aspect-marking Basic Verbs in Arabic

PRESENTATION

Dana Abdulrahim

Historical, Lifespan, & Individual Variation in the Zipf Distribution of Prolific Novelists

Geoff Hollis & Chris Westbury

DISCUSSION:
Strengthening FrameNet and its Satellite Projects

Fictive motion in Mandarin Chinese:
A corpus-based study of coextension paths

PRESENTATION

Sai Ma

 

17:00-18:30      OPEN FORUM

                     CCIS 1-430          Looking Back (the past 25 years in Cognitive Linguistics)

                     Panelists:   George Lakoff,  Len Talmy,  Ron Langacker,  Dirk Geeraerts,  Günter Radden,  Klaus-Uwe Panther,  Claudia Brugman,  Suzanne Kemmer,  Sherman Wilcox,  Eve Sweetser,  Geoff Nathan,  and Arie Verhagen

18:30-19:00                            Dinner Break                                                                                                                                             

                                                                                    Monday Evening Theme Sessions

 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

 

 

 

 

CCIS M-145

 

THEME SESSION 4
Genre in Cognitive Linguistics;

Organizers: Ninke Stukker & Wilbert Spooren

THEME SESSION 5
Language, Body, and Cognition: A Look at Action Formation in Chinese Spoken Discourse;

Organizers: Xiaoting Li & Yoshi Ono

 

 

 

 

THEME SESSION 3, cont.
Consolidating a Map of Talmyan Cognitive Semantics

19:00-19:20

Negotiating Genres in Managalase (PNG) political discourse

William McKellin

Functional variations motivated by the Cooperative Principle in Chinese conjunctions

Mei Fang

 

 

 


 

Frame-Shifting & Conceptual Blending in Critical Cultural Self-Reflection: A Cog. Ling. Study of Body Ritual Among the Nacirema & Readers’ Reports

Yuanyuan He

19:20-19:40

When language users do not seem to behave according to cognitive categories: An analysis of causal connectives in various genres

PRESENTATION

Ted Sanders & Wilbert Spooren

Mimicked Gestures and Joint Establishment of Meaning in Conversation

Kawai Chui

 

 

 

 

How Chinese Sign Language & Spoken Chinese Speakers Describe Motion Events: Focus on Serial Verb Constructions

Heng Li

19:40-20:00

On the subjectivity of Mandarin causal connectives: Robust profiles or genre-sensitivity?

Fang Li, Jacqueline Evers-Vermeul,
& Ted Sanders

Self-repair in transition space as an interactional resource for pursuing response: Observations from Chinese conversation

Wei Zhang

 

 

 

 

Gestures as Cues to a Target

Len Talmy

20:00-20:20

Genre, grammar and the context-dependency of time markers’ functions

Ninke Stukker

Multimodality, Units, and Action in Mandarin Conversation

Xiaoting Li

 

 

 

 

Gestures as Cues to a Target, cont.

Len Talmy

20:20-20:40

A Constructional Grammar
approach to genre

Alexander Bergs & Thomas Hoffmann

INVITED COMMENTARY
by Hongyin Tao & Sandy Thompson

 

 

 

 

Gestures as Cues to a Target, cont.

Len Talmy

20:40-21:00

 

DISCUSSION

 

 

 

 

 

 

DISCUSSION
with Suzanne Kemmer

 

TUESDAY, 25 June 2013

7:30-8:30     Breakfast and Coffee  PCL Lounge

 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

CCIS L1-160

CCIS L1-140

CCIS M-149

CCIS 1-430

CCIS M-145

 

Blending

Session Chair: Barbara Dancygier

Emotion: Expressions &
Associations

Session Chair: Linda Thornburg

CL and Child Language Studies

Session Chair: Elena Nicoladis

Evidentiality

Session Chair: Sally Rice

CL and Applications to Clinical Populations

Session Chair: Sherman Wilcox

THEME SESSION 6
Bridging the Methodological Divide: Cognitive Linguistic & Psycholinguistic Approaches to Formulaic Language;
Organizers: Debra Titone & Steffi Wulff

Scalarity, Polarity, & Specificity

Session Chair: Eve Sweetser

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8:30-8:55

Conceptual blending and translation equivalence: Cognitive Linguistics meets Translation Studies

Rafał Augustyn

Metaphors in Emotional Antonyms

Kohei Suzuki

Learning relational meanings from situated caregiver-child interaction: A computational approach

PRESENTATION

Barend Beekhuizen, Afsaneh Fazly, Aida Nematzadeh, & Suzanne Stevenson


Ego-centric Perspective & Grammar–Zero-encoding of the Speaker and of Perception & Cognition Verbs as Indices of the Speaker’s Ego-centrically Oriented Stance in Construal

Yoshihiko Ikegami

Salience of space in the blinds' strategic meaning construal

Renata Geld, Anita Čutić, & Anƌel Starčević

Grounding corpus-linguistic measures of multiword association in human judgments of idiomaticity

Steffi Wulff & Debra Titone

A cognitive model of scales

Srini Narayanan

8:55-9:20

An algebraic account of categorizations in Shuowen Jiezi: Application capacity of Conceptual Blending Theory

Xuanwei Peng

Pictorial expression of sadness: Metaphor, metonymy, & causal relations

Yoshihiro Matsunaka & Kazuko Shinohara

Preferred Argument Structure in Mandarin Mother-child Conversation

Chiung-chih Huang

Conception, Construal and Predication of Self-Awareness:
A Preliminary Analysis

Barry Grossman

The application of construction grammar to language in aphasia

PRESENTATION

Rachel Hatchard, Ray Wilkinson, & Ruth Herbert


More than words: The effect of multi-word frequency & constituency on phonetic duration

Inbal Arnon & Uriel Cohen Priva

Polarity Sensitivity
and the Heart of Logic

PRESENTATION

Michael Israel

9:20-9:45

The diverse discourse functions of ape and monkey

PRESENTATION

Shala Barczewska

Dimensional congruence and colour-emotion associations in Spanish

Javier Valenzuela & Cristina Soriano

Moon’s Day, Tiu’s Day, Woden’s Day vs. One’s Day, Two’s Day & Three’s Day

Nian Liu

The particles näköjään (‘I see/seemingly’) and kuulemma (‘hearsay’) of Finnish as evidential markers

Seppo Kittilä & Erika Sandman

The Structuring of Narrative Texts into Figure & Ground: Attention, Memory & ADHD

PRESENTATION

Adriana Maria Tenuta & Marcus Lepesqueur


Collocations in corpora
and in speakers’ minds

PRESENTATION

Ewa Dabrowska

Some particularities of universal quantification in English

PRESENTATION

Patrick Duffley & Rory Miller

9:45-10:10

Grammar and compression:
Instructions for (not) unpacking a blend

Vera Tobin

Emotional adjectives in Japanese and their subjectivity

Masayuki Hirata

Mother's Speech for Child's Intention-reading: A Cross-linguistic Study of the Deictic verbs 'Come' and ‘Go’

PRESENTATION

Hiroko Miyata

The semantic diversity of inferentials in some endangered languages of North and South America

Liisa Vilkki

Mental State Term Use by Preschoolers in a Storytelling Task

PRESENTATION

Phyllis Schneider & Denyse Hayward

Constituent-order alternation phenomena in L2: Two multifactorial usage-based case studies

Stefan Gries & Steffi Wulff

A constructional approach to specificational meaning

Amanda Patten

10:10-10:35

 


Keeping it cool:
Emotional biases in the English lexicon

PRESENTATION

Amy Beth Warriner & Victor Kuperman

From chunk to segment: U-shaped patterns in the facilitative effect of frames on children’s word production

Inbal Arnon

The grammaticalization of clause types in Ecuadorian Siona

Martine Bruil



Type specification and predication in NPs: A Cognitive Grammar analysis

PRESENTATION

Tor Arne Haugen

 

10:35-11:00

Coffee Break  PCL Lounge

11:00-12:30

PLENARY   Ulrike Zeshan (University of Central Lancashire)    Skilled hands–Local & global perspectives on sign languages in unusual settings     PRESENTATION     CCIS 1-430

 

12:30-14:00

Lunch Break (Boxed lunches are available for pre-purchase with conference registration; pick up in PCL Lounge)

    12:30- 14:00

Poster Session PCL Lounge

 

 

Plain Language Court Forms and Cognitive Linguistics

Charles Dyer

How areal are areals?  Spatial reference, prototypes, and metaphorical extension in Dene

Christopher Cox

On topic expressions in Spanish: Contrasting corpus and questionnaire data in the analysis of near-synonymy

PRESENTATION

Anton Granvik


Exploring the Content Requirement

PRESENTATION

Siva Kalyan

Linguistic Influences on Fine Phonetic Detail

Michelle Sims & Benjamin V. Tucker

A Study of Grammatical Metonymy Based on the Analysis of Chinese Constructions

Shuqiong Wu

Usage-based approach to discourse
through keyword analysis

PRESENTATION

Masako Fidler & Václav Cvrček

Synonyms are not the same––
A corpus-based study of Mandarin-Chinese Prepositions

Ming-che Hsieh

What’s in a Passive?
Russian Passive Participles and the Locative Alternation

PRESENTATION

Svetlana Sokolova

F0 transition as a perceptual cue of lexical tones in Mandarin

PRESENTATION

Tsung-Ying Chen & Benjamin V. Tucker

A Cognitive Contrast of Adjective-verb Temporary Conversion between English and Chinese

Yin Xu

The processing of OR clauses in Spanish: Some evidence in favor of usage-based approaches

PRESENTATION

Florencia Reali

 

Evaluating the role of the head and modifier compounds and nominal phrases in English and German

Svetoslava Antonova-Baumann

Asymmetric causation types in the competing complements of negative causative verbs: NP (from) V-ing

PRESENTATION

Katsuko Tomotsugu

 

TUESDAY cont., 25 June 2013

 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

CCIS L1-160

CCIS L1-140

CCIS M-149

CCIS 1-430

CCIS M-145

 

Blending

Session Chair: Jordan Zlatev

Co-Speech Gesture

Session Chair: Barbara Dancygier

Metaphors of Time

Session Chair: Ning Yu

Modal Verbs

Session Chair: Tore Nesset

Metaphor in Chinese

Session Chair: Rong Chen

THEME SESSION 6, cont.
Bridging the Methodological Divide

Causatives

Session Chair: John Newman

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14:00-14:25

Shared subcases, constitutive classification, and the blending configuration

PRESENTATION

David Tuggy


What’s in the verbal that predicts the non-verbal? The first steps of a dynamic, cognitive-functional gesture predictor

Kasper Kok & Alan Cienki

Getting your snake straight, or how to turn space into time in timeline blends

Javier Valenzuela & Cristóbal Pagán-Cánovas

Modality in Kanakanavu
and Mayrinax Atayal

Yi-Yang Cheng

A Cognitive Study on Verbal and Gestural Metaphors in Chinese Finger-Guessing Drinking Game

Heng Li & Gui Ying Jiang

Recognizing formulaic sequences: The subjective frequency of n-grams

Cyrus Shaoul, Harald Baayen, & Chris Westbury

CAUSE cross chronology of Chinese: A corpus-based analysis of Chinese mono-morphemic causatives

PRESENTATION

Yanan Hu & Dirk Speelman

14:25-14:50

A note on the generic space:
Do we really need it?

Rafał Augustyn & Agnieszka Mierzwińska-Hajnos

Conceptualizing gesture form: Introducing a set of gesture form principles tested through 3D motion capture data analyses

Julius Hassemer, Matthias Priesters, & Irene Mittelberg

Is the absence of linguistic space-time mapping correlated with small number systems and the absence of calendric systems? A study of Amazonian languages

Gerd Carling, Sandra Cronhamn, Love Eriksen, Arthur Holmer, Camila Letelier MuĖoz, Wany Sampaio, Vera da Silva Sinha, & Chris Sinha


Chinese Xiehouyu
(歇后语)
and the interpretation of metaphor & metonymy

Dingfang Shu

Acquiring formulaic language: A cross-linguistic model of children's comprehension and production

Stewart McCauley & Morten Christiansen

What we don’t see we see and don’t see: Selection bias in linguistic description

PRESENTATION

Rik de Busser

14:50-15:15

Use of signing space in simultaneous sign language interpretation: Marking discourse structure with the body

PRESENTATION

Anna-Lena Nilsson

TAM and Gesture in North American English: A multi-modal corpus study

Jennifer Hinnell

A new conceptualization system for time

Adán Martín & Juani Guerra (presented by Chris Sinha)

Reassessing and Separating Subjectivity and Performativity of Modals: With Central Focus on English Epistemic Modals

PRESENTATION

Keisuke Sanada

Metaphor, polysemy, and cultural models

Chiarung Lu

The Relative Importance of Meaning and Frequency in the Processing of Formulaic Expressions

Hajnal Jolsvai, Stewart McCauley, & Morten Christiansen


 

15:15-15:40

Coffee Break  PCL Lounge

 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

CCIS L1-160

CCIS L1-140

CCIS M-149

CCIS 1-430

CCIS M-145

 

Frame Semantics of Verbs

Session Chair: Ricardo Maldonado

Co-Speech Gesture, cont.

Session Chair: Alan Cienki

Metaphors of Time, cont.

Session Chair: Ning Yu

Mental Spaces

Session Chair: Arie Verhagen

Metaphor in Chinese, cont.

Session Chair: Rong Chen

THEME SESSION 6, cont.
Bridging the Methodological Divide

Multimodal Comprehension

Session Chair: Laura Janda

15:40-16:05

SPLITTING, CUTTING, and BREAKING talk in Japanese

PRESENTATION

Seiko Fujii, Paula Radetzky, & Eve Sweetser

Handling noise: The influence of verbal working memory interference upon iconic gesture production

PRESENTATION

Lisa Smithson & Elena Nicoladis

Moving beyond Next Wednesday: Interpreting ambiguous statements about time

Sarah Duffy & Michele Feist

Mental Spaces, Conceptual Distance, and Simulation: Looks/Seems/Sounds like Constructions in English

PRESENTATION

Iksoo Kwon & Kyunghun Jung




Extending the frequency measures: Bridging psycholinguistics to cognitive linguistics via corpus linguistics

Hien Pham

Conceptual Integration and Multi-Modal Discourse Comprehension

Seana Coulson & Ying Choon Wu

16:05-16:30

Echar and tirar:
Two ways of "throwing" in Spanish

Nicole Delbecque

It’s not just representation:
The movement of co-speech gestures boosts recall of verbs

Elena Nicoladis & Candace Lam

On temporal deixis and cognitive models in early Indo-European

Annamaria Bartolotta

Differential paraphrasability and epistemic stance in conditionals

Gliberto Gomes & Priscila Monken

A Corpus-Based Study of Season Metaphors in Chinese News Discourse

Rongbin Wang & Yaoqin Xue

Integrating psycholinguistics and usage-based models of formulaic processing

Debra Titone & Georgie Columbus

Establishing and extending real space blends: The consistent use of gesture space in multimodal narratives

PRESENTATION

Kashmiri Stec


16:30-16:55

A Cognitive & Constructionist Approach to the Portuguese Grammar:
The Case of Superlative Construction of Body Expression

PRESENTATION

Igor Costa & Neusa MIranda

Can viewpoint and gesture prime spatiotemporal metaphor use?: The function of gestural metaphoric iconicity in resolving linguistic ambiguity

PRESENTATION

Elise Stickles & Tasha Lewis

 

 

Metaphor in Hakka Proverbial Expressions: Specificity and Genericity of Cultural Constraints

Huei-ling Lai & Chiou-shing Yeh

DISCUSSION

Multimodal comprehension in comics: How attention, frames, and mental simulation inform multimodal constructions

Mike Borkent

 


17:00-18:30

OPEN FORUM

CCIS 1-430

Looking Forward (the future of Cognitive Linguistics)

Panelists:   Chris Sinha,  Jordan Zlatev,  Laura Janda,  Rong Chen,  Maarten Lemmens,  Nick Evans,  Ewa Dabrowska,  Seana Coulson,  Alan Cienki,  Steffi Wulff,  Vera Tobin,  and Daniel Casasanto

18:30-21:00

ICLA Biennial Board Meeting

Assiniboia Hall 4-51

 

 

 

 

 

 

18:30-21:00

Graduate Student Event (open to all students and post-docs): Catered reception with Daniel Casasanto speaking on The Hands of Time: What Gestures Reveal about Space-Time Mappings   University of Alberta Faculty Club










 

WEDNESDAY, 26 June 2013

7:30-8:30

Breakfast and Coffee  PCL Lounge

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

CCIS L1-160

CCIS L1-140

CCIS M-145

CCIS 1-430

 

CL Approaches to Morphology

Session Chair: Dave Tuggy

Sense Determination

Session Chair: Claudia Brugman

Decomposing Metaphors and Metaphors of Space

Session Chair: Kaori Kabata

The Senses and Embodiment

Session Chair: Nick Evans

THEME SESSION 7:
Usage-Based Approaches to
Second Language Acquisition;

Organizers: Carol Moder & Andrea Tyler

THEME SESSION 8:
Linguistic Manifestations of Mixed Points of View in Narratives;

Organizers: Barbara Dancygier, Louis Wei-lun
Lu, & Arie Verhagen

8:05-8:30

 

 

 

 

How to put things in a typologically-different language: The case of Danish and Spanish placement events

PRESENTATION

Teresa Cadierno, Alberto Hijazo-Gascón, & Iraide Ibarretxe-AntuĖano

Mixed viewpoints and free indirect discourse in a parallel corpus: A (radical) constructional perspective

Louis Wei-lun Lu & Arie Verhagen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8:30-8:55

Verbal diminutives: Not so weird after all?

PRESENTATION

Anastasia Makarova & Tore Nesset

The quest for the prototype: A case of the Russian prefix pri-

PRESENTATION

Julia Kuznetsova

Toward a Decompositional Approach to Metaphor Analysis

Ning Yu

Ethnosyntax of Somatic Illnesses in Two Formosan Languages

Fuhui Hsieh

A Cognitive Linguistics approach to teaching Spanish por and para

PRESENTATION

Lauren Negrete, Lisa Warren, & Elizabeth KIssling (presented by Andrea Tyler)

Viewpoint in translation. The role of epistemic modal and evidential markers in a literary text

PRESENTATION

Ad Foolen & Toshiko Yamaguchi

8:55-9:20

Morphological Intensifiers Beyond Adjectives: Evidence from productive patterns of Russian prefixation
PRESENTATION

HANDOUT

Anna Endresen

Pro-verbs in Russian: A tool for singling out the most salient submeaning of a prefix

PRESENTATION

Julia Kuznetsova & Svetlana Sokolova

The MetaNet Wiki: A collaborative online resource for metaphor & image schema analysis

PRESENTATION

Ellen Dodge, Jisup Hong, Elise Stickles, & Oana David

Locating what is arbitrary: Sound symbolism as oral gesture in Czech and Japanese

PRESENTATION

Masako Fidler

Usage-based Constructions in Discourse: Second Language Applications

Carol Moder

Mixed viewpoints from a diachronic functional perspective: A case of biblical translations

José Sanders

9:20-9:45

What is a possible word?
Evidence from Russian factitive verbs

PRESENTATION

HANDOUT

Anna Endresen & Laura Janda


north is up: Spatial metaphor, geography knowledge, and language use

PRESENTATION

Nathaniel Clark & Raymond Gibbs

Metaphor and Embodiment: How The Neural Theory of Metaphor Explains Embodied Cognition Results

George Lakoff

Applying Cognitive Linguistics to Instructed L2 Learning: An Experimental Investigation

Andrea Tyler

From Discourse to Grammar: Viewpoint Shift in Languages With and Without Writing

Esther Pascual & Maria Josep Jarque

9:45-10:10

Romance conversions from a cognitive perspective

PRESENTATION

Birgit Umbreit

English Verbs of “Yelling”:
A Quantitative Corpus-Based Exploration of Synonymy

PRESENTATION

Tamara Sorenson-Duncan & John Newman

Testing similarity is proximity in realistic reasoning situations

PRESENTATION

Bodo Winter & Teenie Matlock


So what would a native speaker do? From native-speaker preference to (different) learner preferences

Stefan Gries (presented by Steffi Wulff)

Multiple points of view
in Ainu and Japanese narratives

Katsunobu Izutsu & Mitsuko Izutsu

10:10-10:35

Conceptualization, Mental Scanning, & Derivational Morphology: A Construal Approach to Word-Formation Change

PRESENTATION

Stefan Hartmann

 

"What goes up must come down": Image schemas and viewpoint in the image of Fortune's wheel

Adriana Byrne


Exploring uses of cognitive linguistic analysis of English conditionals in L2 pedagogical context

Natalia Jacobsen

In the conceptual I of a grammatical third person: Dynamics of point of view in Modernist texts

Juani Guerra & Svend Ostergaard

 

 

10:35-11:00       Coffee Break  PCL Lounge

11.00-12.30       PLENARY   Ronald Langacker (UCSD)   Subject-auxiliary inversion    CCIS 1-430

12:30-13:00       Lunch Break (Boxed lunches are available for pre-purchase with conference registration; pick up in PCL Lounge)

13:00-17:30       Excursions (TBA) (All guided excursions will leave from and return to the CCIS Building)

17:30-18:30       Free Time

18:30-19:00       Shuttles to Ft. Edmonton Park and Conference Banquet (leaving from CCIS Building on University of Alberta campus)

19:00-22:00       Banquet (Vegetarian and Meat-Eaters’ Barbeque) and Entertainment    Ft. Edmonton Park

22:00-22:30       Shuttles back to University of Alberta (returning to CCIS Building)

 

THURSDAY, 27 June 2013


7:30-8:30

Breakfast and Coffee  PCL Lounge

 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

CCIS L1-160

CCIS L1-140

CCIS M-145

CCIS 1-430

 

CL and Second Language Pedagogy

Session Chair: Michel Achard

Reference Point Constructions

Session Chair: Weifeng Han

Idiomaticity, Iconicity, and Metaphor Comprehension

Session Chair: Vera Tobin

THEME SESSION 9
Embodiment & Grammaticalization: Perspectives from Signed Languages & Gesture Studies; Organizers: Cornelia Müller, Terry Janzen, & Barbara Shaffer

THEME SESSION 10
Issues in Metonymy;

Organizers: Antonio Barcelona, Olga Blanco-Carrión, & Isabel Hernández Gomáriz

THEME SESSION 8, cont.
Linguistic Manifestations of Mixed Points of View in Narratives

Organizers: Barbara Dancygier, Louis Lu, & Arie Verhagen

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8:30-8:55

Teaching Metaphor and Metonymy of Emotion Expressions: The Effects of Metaphoric Mapping Approach

Yi-chen Chen & Huei-ling Lai

Have a N (verbal-stem)
Periphrastic Verbal Construction:
A Reference-Point Model Approach

Takeshi Koguma

The Relationship Between Analyzability and Idiom Comprehension Within and Between (Across) Languages

Zahra Fotovatnia & Mehdi Goudarzi

Embodiment and abstraction – The experiential basis of gesture formation

Cornelia Müller & Silva Ladewig

Hierarchies, prototypicality, and taxonomic domains in a metonymy database

PRESENTATION

EXTRAS

Antonio Barcelona

Managing multiple viewpoints: Coordinating embedded perspective in multi-modal narratives

PRESENTATION

Kashmiri Stec & Eve Sweetser

8:55-9:20

Touch and Go: Teaching and Learning of English Binomials in an EFL Context

Ying-hsueh Hu & Yung-Yi Tseng

Rethinking reference-points: Russian Aktionsart as reference-point constructions

PRESENTATION

Anastasia Makarova

Vocal charades: An exploration of vocal iconicity

PRESENTATION

Marcus Perlman

Embodiment and Pragmatic Inferencing in Grammaticalization in Signed Languages

Lorraine Leeson, John Saeed, Barbara Shaffer, & Terry Janzen

Conventionality and linguistic domain(s) involved in the characterization of metonymies

PRESENTATION

Olga Blanco-Carrión

Entering the Imaginary World of Picture Books: How Words and Pictures Affect the Reader’s Viewpoint

PRESENTATION

Chie Fukada

9:20-9:45

Attentional properties in language & L2 learners' written discourse: A functional-cognitive study on the perception of thematic clause & textual informational structure

Ana Larissa Marciotto Oliveira & Adriana Maria Tenuta

Double-subject Constructions in Mandarin Chinese: A Cognitive-discourse perspective

Yi-na Wang

Calquing is the new black

Jaakko Leino & Karen Sullivan

The grammaticalization of embodied action: Is constructed action gesture or language?

Sherman Wilcox & André Xavier

Metonymic triggers, metonymic chaining and patterns of interaction with metaphor & other metonymy domains in a metonymy database

PRESENTATION (.rar file)

Isabel Hernández Gomariz


9:45-10:10

Making do: Form-meaning mappings in L2 production

Hana Smiskova-Gustafsson

Reference point constructions in Tai Khamti using the proximal deictic mai2

PRESENTATION

Douglas Inglis

Atsui or Hotto Coffee? Further Testing of Extended Native vs. Foreign Dichotomy in Contemporary Japanese

PRESENTATION

Anna Bordilovskaya (presented by Yo Matsumoto)

What kind of reasoning mode is metonymy?

PRESENTATION

Klaus-Uwe Panther & Linda Thornburg

Mixed viewpoint constructions. Or are they?

PRESENTATION

Barbara Dancygier & Lieven Vandelanotte

10:10-10:35


Reference Point Constructions and the Conceptual Structure of Palauan "er"

Michael Smith


Non-manual signalling of conceived time and experience in ASL discourse

Paul Dudis

The Role of Contrast in Metonymy and Other Figures: Comparisons & Contrasts

PRESENTATION

John Barnden


 

10:35-11:00        Coffee Break  PCL Lounge

11.00-12.30        PLENARY    Elena Lieven (University of Manchester & Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig)   Language development and cognitive linguistics: Where do we go from here?    CCIS 1-430                                                    

12:30-14:00        Lunch Break  (Boxed lunches are available for pre-purchase with conference registration; pick up in PCL Lounge)

 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

CCIS L1-160

CCIS L1-140

CCIS M-145

CCIS 1-430

 

CL and L2 Pedagogy: German Learners

Session Chair: Michael Barlow

Argument Realization Constructions

Session Chair: Seppo Kittilä

Grammaticalization & Construction Grammar

Session Chair: Beate Hampe

THEME SESSION 9, cont.
Embodiment & Grammaticalization: Signed Languages & Gesture Studies

THEME SESSION 10, cont.
Issues in Metonymy

THEME SESSION 8, cont.
Linguistic Manifestations of Mixed Points of View in Narratives

13:35-14:00

 

 

 

 

 




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14:00-14:25

German learners of English and the existential “there” construction

Susanne Niemeier

The nature of English 'unpassives'

PRESENTATION

Doris Schönefeld

Grammaticalization meets Construction Grammar: Syntactic reanalysis and actualization

PRESENTATION

Maarten Lemmens

The Grammaticalization of Perspective-taking in ASL Clauses

Terry Janzen

Event metonymies

PRESENTATION

Günter Radden

Ungarinyin as a stance model

Stef Spronck
(presented by Henrik Bergqvist)

14:25-14:50

Connecting language change & non-language mechanisms: English & German speakers’ use of existential constructions against the backdrop of cognitive grammaticalization theory

PRESENTATION

Simone Pfenninger

English passive constructions: Many variations on an elusive schema

Dagmara Dowbor, Antti Arppe, & Sally Rice

A Constructional Approach to the Historical Development of
Conditional Imperatives in Japanese

PRESENTATION

Chiharu Kikuta

Grammaticalized manual actions of giving and holding: From ditransitive to existential constructions in speech & gesture

Irene Mittelberg & Tanja Mortelmans

Metonymy for PERSON in English and Chinese: A cross-language perspective

Weiwei Zhang & Dirk Geeraerts

Danish children's understanding of
perspective-mixing particles

Ditte Boeg Thomsen & Elisabeth Engberg-Pedersen

14:50-15:15

 

Exploring form/meaning interaction through analysis of a neologism: The case of newly created Japanese verb “faburu”

Ryoko Uno, Nobuhiro Kaji, & Masaru Kitsuregawa

Verbalizing motion events in French, Swedish and Thai;  Jordan Zlatev, Benjamin Fagard, & Johan Blomberg (postponed from Sunday)

Embodiment and deixis:
Evidentiality in ASL

Barbara Shaffer

The body of the Speaker: Metonymic Italian expressions for linguistic action

Rossella Pannain

Communication and Processing of Mixed-Viewpoint Situations: ‘Ready-Mades’ versus Online Constructions

PRESENTATION

Max van Duijn
(presented by Arie Verhagen)

 

15:15-15:40

Coffee Break  PCL Lounge

 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

CCIS L1-160

CCIS L1-140

CCIS M-145

CCIS 1-430

 

CL and L2 Pedagogy: Memory

Session Chair: Michael Barlow

Argument Realization Constructions

Session Chair: Seppo Kittilä

Grammaticalization & Constructional Change

Session Chair: Beate Hampe

THEME SESSION 9, cont.
Embodiment & Grammaticalization: Signed Languages & Gesture Studies

THEME SESSION 10, cont.
Issues in Metonymy

THEME SESSION 8, cont.
Linguistic Manifestations of Mixed Points of View in Narratives

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

15:40-16:05

Vocabulary instruction in SLA: The effects of iconic gestures on vocabulary retention

PRESENTATION

Tasha Lewis & Matthew Kirkhart

Why we can sneeze the foam off other people's cappuccino but not explain them how we do it

Thomas Herbst

Host-class expansion in grammaticalization. Towards a cognitive prototype account

Evie Coussé

Cross-linguistic conceptualization of 'attention': American Sign Language and Italian Sign Language

Phyllis Wilcox, Keith Cagle, & Sherman Wilcox

The role of metonymic constructions in the conceptualization of emotional category fear

PRESENTATION

Benedikt Perak


Expressions of Quotativity and Reportivity: German Reported Speech and Reportive Evidentiality

PRESENTATION

Jeroen Vanderbiesen

16:05-16:30

Musical Memory on L2 Pronunciation Skills

Akiko Kondo

A Compositional Constructional Analysis of 'Hitting' Verb Argument Realization Patterns and Their Meanings

PRESENTATION

Ellen Dodge

Complex-predicate formation and grammaticalization in Early Modern Japanese: Relevance of lexical sources from a cognitive semantic perspective

Sayaka Abe

Theories of grammaticalization in relation to embodied language. Commentary on theme session

Alan Cienki

How metonymy motivates constructions – The case of monoclausal if only constructions in English

Bogusław Bierwiaczonek

Epistemic perspective in narratives: The case of Kogi (Arwako)

Henrik Bergqvist

16:30-16:55


Reanalyzing the typology of null instantiation patterns with a focus on ‘give’ verbs
in English and Spanish

PRESENTATION

Oana David

Syntagmatic analogy: From coherence function to mechanism of change

Nicole Delbecque & Katrien Verveckken

 

DISCUSSION

 

DISCUSSION

 

Invited Commentary by Nick Evans

 

17:00-18:30

ICLA GENERAL BUSINESS MEETING  (discussion about issues needing membership approval, election of new members of the ICLA board, information about future venues, information about ICLC-12)

CCIS 1-430

18:30-21:00

Dinner Break

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thursday Evening Theme Sessions

 















 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

 

 

 

CCIS 1-430

 

THEME SESSION 11
Grammar and Intersubjectivity;

Organizers: Laura Visapää, Marja Etelämäki, & Ilona Herlin

THEME SESSION 12
Cognitive Perspectives on Music and Language;

Organizer: Geoff Nathan

 

 

 

THEME SESSION 13
Cognitive Sociolinguistics: Variationist & Interactional Sociolinguistics from a CL Point of View; Organizers: Dirk Geeraerts, Gitte Kristiansen, & Eline Zenner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

19:00-19:20

Body and intersubjectivity in Husserl's phenomenology

Jordan Zlatev

Metaphor in musical discourse – The conceptualization of music in academic and news texts

PRESENTATION

Nina Julich

 

 

 

Does usage-based linguistics force a rethinking of sociolinguistics? The case of individual variation

Ad Backus & Véronique Verhagen

19:20-19:40

Dimensions of empathy in relation to language

Ilona Herlin & Laura Visapää

Form and corresponding mental representations: Comparing the development of tonal group and linguistic abstractions

Christina Galeano

 

 

 

What’s in a name? Categorizing and evaluating speakers and speech in multilingual settings

Raphael Berthele

19:40-20:00

Grammar, interaction and intersubjectivity

Marja Etelämäki

Love in disguise:
Incongruity between text and music in song

Hui-Chieh Hsu & Lily I-wen Su

 

 

 

British heads and American asses:
Regional, register and recent variation in the Body Part Off/Out Construction

PRESENTATION

Bert Cappelle & Annelien Dewinter

20:00-20:20

Intersubjective construal: Cognitive grammatical meaning in intersubjective perspective

Tapani Möttönen

Conceptual disintegration and multimodal metonymy in musical understanding

Paula Pérez-Sobrino

 

 

 

Socio-cultural variation in borrowability constraints: Fixedness and conventionality in contact situations

Seza Doğruöz & Eline Zenner (presented by Dirk Geeraerts)

20:20-20:40

The grammar of intersubjectivity and
the structure of joint projects

PRESENTATION

Arie Verhagen

Analyzing the role of metaphor and metonymy in music criticism

PRESENTATION

Isabel Hernández Gomariz

 

 

 

Tracking Immigration Discourse through Time:
A Semantic Vector Space Approach to Discourse Analysis

PRESENTATION

Kris Heylen, Thomas Wielfaert, & Dirk Speelman

20:40-21:00

DISCUSSION

Metaphors in the discourse of jazz

PRESENTATION

Kenneth Cook & Russell Alfonso

 

 

 


 

FRIDAY, 28 June 2013

7:30-8:30    Breakfast and Coffee  PCL Lounge

 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

CCIS L1-160

CCIS L1-140

CCIS M-145

CCIS 1-430

 

Talmyan Semantics

Session Chair: Klaus-Uwe Panther

Constructional Case Studies

Session Chair: Doris Schönefeld

Pragmaticalization & Subjectification

Session Chair: Ad Foolen

Experimental Approaches to CL

Session Chair: Antti Arppe

Perspective Constructions

Session Chair: Ken Cook

THEME SESSION 13, cont.
Cognitive Sociolinguistics: Variationist & Interactional Sociolinguistics from a CL Point of View; Organizers: Dirk Geeraerts, Gitte Kristiansen, & Eline Zenner

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

8:30-8:55

Manner of motion in Spanish motion events:
A corpus based approach

Claudia Heinrich

A Cognitive Grammar analysis of French impersonal constructions

Michel Achard

Pragmaticalization vs. grammaticalization: Evidence from the historical evolution of Chinese pragmatic markers

PRESENTATION

Rui-Liang Tang

The influence of causal vs. concessive conjunctions on discourse coherence in Chinese: Evidence from on-line recording of brain activities

Xiaodong Xu

Modes of Cognition and
Cognitive Linguistic Typology

Yoshihisa Nakamura

Influences on perceived foreign accentedness: Acoustic distances and lexical neighborhoods

PRESENTATION

Vincent Porretta, Aki-Juhani Kyröläinen, & Benjamin V. Tucker

8:55-9:20

Is manner expressed in a fore/backgrounded way? - A case in French and Italian

Takahiro Morita, Yuko Yoshinari, & Fabiana Andreani

Constructional networks:
More on the
as-predicative

Beate Hampe

The emergence of the evaluative adverb ho2ded4 (好得) in Taiwan Hakka: An integrated approach of grammaticalization & lexicalization

Chiou-shing Yeh & Huei-ling Lai

Event-related brain potentials during political speech processing: Effects of differences between I and we as grammatical subject

Meng Zhang

"My constructions include viewpoint": Canadian English & constructional compositionality

PRESENTATION

Barbara Dancygier

An experimental study of perceptions of L2 accents: Linguistic and social stereotypes of English as a Lingua Franca

Gitte Kristiansen

9:20-9:45

Semantic typology and information distribution in Pashto

Claudia Brugman

Construction-determined Interpretations of Mandarin Numeral Phrases as Minimizers

I-Hsuan Chen

Grammaticalization and Subjectification in English Intensifiers

Hiroshi Ohashi

Component Effects in Reading Chinese Two-character Words: Two Behavioral Tasks

Guangting Wang

The Synchronic and Diachronic View on the Motivation for the use of Dangling Participles in English and Japanese

PRESENTATION

Naoko Hayase

On the choice of grammatical person as cognitive perspective: Spanish yo vs. nosotros

PRESENTATION

María José Serrano & Miguel Aijón Oliva

9:45-10:10

Beyond the verb: Constructions at work in the expression of static location in Dutch and French

PRESENTATION

Maarten Lemmens & Julien Perrez

What's in a Construction?
A Tale of Two Constructional Alternations

Dagmara Dowbor

On multiplicity of discourse-cognitive strategies in grammaticalization: The case from simultaneity to cause to surprise

PRESENTATION

Seongha Rhee

Paradigmatic Levelling in English: The Influence of Phonological Neighbours

PRESENTATION

Kristina Geeraert & Aki-Juhani Kyröläinen

Implicit reference to the ground in pronoun drop languages: A case study of internal state predicates in Japanese & Thai

Satoshi Uehara & Kingkarn Thepkanjana

Women’s stuff: The effect of embodiment in the sociolinguistic variation of sexed concepts

Andrea Pizarro Pedraza
(presented by Dirk Geeraerts)

10:10-10:35

How Typological Exceptions Develop: Talmy’s Distinction between Topological and Euclidean Semantics Revisited

PRESENTATION

Tore Nesset

Semantically driven Tagalog morphology

Linda Walton & Antti Arppe

On the emergence of the speaker's tepidity stance and discourse politeness

PRESENTATION

Hyun Jung Koo & Seongha Rhee

 

(In)transitivity of a possessive verb in Japanese

PRESENTATION

Yoshimi Kawabata

Cultural cognitive models of language variation: Romanticism and rationalism in language policy debates about the unity/diversity of European & Brazilian Portuguese

PRESENTATION

Augusto Soares da Silva

 

10:35-11:00       Coffee Break  PCL Lounge

11.00.12.30        PLENARY    Nicholas Evans (Australian National University)    Intercognitive linguistics and language diversity    CCIS 1-430     
                          

12:30-14:00       Lunch Break  (Boxed lunches are available for pre-purchase with conference registration; pick up in PCL Lounge)

 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

CCIS L1-160

CCIS L1-140

CCIS M-145

CCIS 1-430

 

Talmyan Semantics, cont.

Session Chair: Michele Feist

TAM Constructions

Session Chair: Michael Israel

Pragmaticalization & Subjectification, cont.

Session Chair: Peter Harder

Experimental Approaches to CL, cont.

Session Chair: Juhani Järvikivi

CL and L2 Pedagogy: Phrasal Verbs

Session Chair: Susanne Niemeier

THEME SESSION 13, cont.
Cognitive Sociolinguistics

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

14:00-14:25

Complexity of a motion event and satellite-framed and verb-framed patterns in Kupsapiny

Kazuhiro Kawachi

A profile-frame semantic contrast in the Korean  [X-ko iss-ta] construction

Chongwon Park

Dizque and quesque from evidentials to insufficiency markers in Spanish

PRESENTATION

Ricardo Maldonado & Juliana De la Mora

Do verbs with abstract meaning have direction?

Ilona Tragel

An Empirical Classroom-Based Study of English Phrasal Verbs

PRESENTATION

Chikako Takahashi & Akemi Matsuya

Lexical alternatives and formal variance in borrowing: Pragmatic and lectal interpretations

PRESENTATION

Esme Winter-Froemel

14:25-14:50

Is Japanese Really a Verb-Framed Language? An Empirical-Contrastive Study on Motion Event Representations by Japanese & German Speakers

PRESENTATION

Naoko Tomita

Formulaic Language and the Athabaskan Verb

Melissa Axelrod, Jordan Lachler, & Jule Gómez de García

Emergence of modal meanings in adjective/adverb categories: A contrastive analysis from English and Japanese

Mika Shindo

The role of body orientation and motion verbs in visual memory

David Vinson & Drew Abney

Making Sense of Phrasal Verbs: A Case Study of EFL learners in Taiwan

PRESENTATION

Ying-hsueh Hu & Pei-wen Luo

Attitudes towards salient accents of Mandarin: An empirical study of social and linguistic stereotyping in Mainland China

Liqin Xiong & Gitte Kristiansen

14:50-15:15

Crosslinguistic tendencies in the intralinguistic variations of motion descriptions: An experimental study of manner, path, & deixis

Yo Matsumoto, K. Akita, F. Andreani, K. Eguchi, N. Imazato, K. Kawachi, I. Matsuse, T. Morita, N. Nagaya, K. Takahashi, R. Takahashi, & Y Yoshinari

Exploring inter-constructional relations in the constructicon: A view from Contrastive (Cognitive) Construction Grammar

PRESENTATION

Francisco Gonzálvez-García

Person marking and its evolution in the history of Japanese

PRESENTATION

Toshiko Yamaguchi

Temporal orientation and event types: An empirical study

PRESENTATION

Kazuko Shinohara & Yoshihiro Matsunaka

 

Metonymic Patterns for FEMALES across Time: A Usage-based Approach to Visualizations of Language Change

Weiwei Zhang (presented by Dirk Geeraerts)

 

15:15-15:40

Coffee Break  PCL Lounge

 

 

CCIS 1-160

CCIS 1-140

CCIS L1-160

CCIS L1-140

CCIS 1-430

 

Spatial Cognition

Session Chair: Yo Matsumoto

Constructional Case Studies

Session Chair: Ken Cook

Grammaticalization Across Clauses

Session Chair: Tore Nesset

Experimental Approaches to CL, cont.

Session Chair: Juhani Järvikivi

THEME SESSION 13, cont.
Cognitive Sociolinguistics

15:40-16:05

The principle of canonical orientation revisited: Evidence from Mesoamerican languages

PRESENTATION

Randi Tucker, E. Benedicto, J. Bohnemeyer, A. Eggleston, K. Donelson, A. Capistrán Garza, N. Hernández Green, M. Hernández Gómez, J. Lovegren, C. O’Meara, E. Palancar, G. Pérez Báez, G. Polian, R. Romero Mendez

We’re done our project’ or ‘We’re done with our project’: Investigating the [be done X] and [be done with X] constructions in Canadian English

PRESENTATION

Jennifer Hinnell & Kristina Geeraert

The evolution of a topic marker in Wu (Chinese) dialects

PRESENTATION

Weifeng Han & John Newman

Online Measurement of Conceptual Distance via the Implicit Association Test

PRESENTATION

Carl Polley

Lectal variation in party positions: Ideological affordances of time and space frames in political discourse

PRESENTATION

Bertie Kaal

16:05-16:30

Topographical Coordinates
in Dene and Eipo

PRESENTATION

Martin Thiering

Constructions with the verb GET: A corpus linguistics and construction grammar approach

Rodrigo Rosa

Jieguo as a Discourse Marker in Spoken Mandarin Chinese: A synchronic Perspective on Semantic Change

Chun-Chieh Wang

Packaged and Ready-to-Go: Linguistic Tools for Communication and Mental Processing

PRESENTATION

Barend Beekhuizen & Max Van Duijn

Register, sociolect and individual style: Bridging the gap in Corpus-assisted Discourse Studies

Vaclav Brezina & Michael Barlow

16:30-16:55

Seen and Unseen: Differences in the Saliency of Topological and Projective Spatial Relations

Michele Feist & Brooke Breaux

 

The Grammaticalization of Modal Particles in Shanghainese

PRESENTATION

Weifeng Han & Dingxu Shi

 

 

DISCUSSION


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