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LINGUIST List 22.1580

Thu Apr 07 2011

TOC: Italian Journal of Linguistics 22 (2010)

Editor for this issue: Justin Petro <justinlinguistlist.org>

        1.     Irene Ricci , Italian Journal of Linguistics Vol. 22 (2010)

Message 1: Italian Journal of Linguistics Vol. 22 (2010)
Date: 07-Apr-2011
From: Irene Ricci <i.riccisns.it>
Subject: Italian Journal of Linguistics Vol. 22 (2010)
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Publisher: Pacini Editore

Journal Title: Italian Journal of Linguistics / Rivista di Linguistica
Volume Number: 22
Issue Number:
Issue Date: 2010

Main Text:

(guest-editor: Valentina Bambini)

Valentina Bambini
Neuropragmatics: A foreword
Pages 1-20

Costanza Papagno & Leonor J. Romero Lauro
The neural basis of idiom processing: Neuropsychological, neurophysiological and
neuroimaging evidence
Pages 21-40

Beatriz Mejía-Constaín, Oury Monchi, Nathalie Walter, Marianne Arsenault,
Noureddine Senhadji & Yves Joanette
When metaphors go literally beyond their territories: The impact of age on
figurative language
Pages 41-60

Evelyn C. Ferstl
Neuroimaging of text comprehension: Where are we now?
Pages 61-88

Bruno G. Bara & Angela Ciaramidaro
Intentions in the brain
Pages 89-105

Seana Coulson & Christopher Lovett
Comprehension of nonconventional indirect requests: An event-related brain
potential study
Pages 107-124

Coralie Chevallier, Mathilde Bonnefond, Jean-Baptiste Van der Henst & Ira A. Noveck
Using ERPs to capture inferential processes guided by prosodic cues
Pages 125-152

Robyn Carston
Lexical pragmatics, ad hoc concepts and metaphor: A Relevance Theory perspective
Pages 153-180

Jos J. A. Van Berkum
The brain is a prediction machine that cares about good and bad - Any
implications for neuropragmatics?
Pages 181-208

Marcella Bertuccelli Papi
How does pragmatics fit the brain? New challenges from complex systems theories
Pages 209-228

Iveta Chovanová
On the semantics of Slowak AN compound adjectives
Pages 229-264

David Eddington
A comparison of two tools for analyzing linguistic data: Logistic regression and
decision trees
Pages 265-286

Claudio Iacobini & Alessandro Giuliani
A multidimensional approach to the classification of combining forms
Pages 287-316

Marina Magnanini
Le desinenze verbali di tipo -ra in zona toscoumbro-laziale: tentativo di
riaggiustamento per un sistema verbale in pericolo
Pages 317-358

In memoriam

Lidia Lonzi
Argument control in Italian expletive constructions as CHAIN control (with an
introductory note by Marina Nespor & Lorenzo Renzi)
Pages 359-384

Consult the journal's web page at:

All the papers published until issue 17 (2005) are freely downloadable at:

Linguistic Field(s): Cognitive Science
                            General Linguistics

Subject Language(s): Italian (ita)
                            Slovak (slk)

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