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The Resource Functional features in language and space : insights from perception, categorization, and development, edited by Laura Carlson and Emile van der Zee

Functional features in language and space : insights from perception, categorization, and development, edited by Laura Carlson and Emile van der Zee

Label
Functional features in language and space : insights from perception, categorization, and development
Title
Functional features in language and space
Title remainder
insights from perception, categorization, and development
Statement of responsibility
edited by Laura Carlson and Emile van der Zee
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Notions of 'function', 'feature' and 'functional feature' are associated with relatively new developments and insights in several areas of cognition. This book brings together definitions, insights and research related to defining these notions from diverse areas, including language and perception
Member of
Dewey number
401.9
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1965-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Carlson, Laura Anne
  • Zee, Emile van der
Series statement
  • Oxford linguistics
  • Explorations in language and space
Series volume
02]
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Space and time in language
  • Functionalism (Linguistics)
  • Cognitive maps (Psychology)
  • Psycholinguistics
Label
Functional features in language and space : insights from perception, categorization, and development, edited by Laura Carlson and Emile van der Zee
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Series statements on jacket
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 349-375) and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
Functional Features in Language and Space / Laura A. Carlson and Emile van der Zee -- Part 1. Features : Derived from Perception, Action, and Embodiment -- Language is Grounded in Action / Arthur Glenberg and Michael Kaschak -- The Bicycle Pedal is in Front of the Table : Why some Objects do not Fit into some Spatial Relations / Manuel de Vega and Maria J. Rodrigo -- Dissociation between Verbal and Pointing Responding in Perspective Change Problems / Ranxiao Frances Wang -- An Ecological Approach to the Interface between Language and Vision / Rajesh Kasturirangan -- Contextual, Functional, and Geometric Components in the Semantics of Projective Terms / Carola Eschenbach -- Verbs and Directions : The Interaction of Geometry and Function in Determining Orientation / Christopher Habel -- Between Space and Function : How Spatial and Functional Features Determine the Comprehension of between / Emile van der Zee and Matt Watson -- Part 2. Function : Definitions and Influence -- The HIPE Theory of Function / Lawrence Barsalou, Steven Sloman, and Sergio Chaigneau -- Towards a Classification of Extra-geometric Influences on the Comprehension of Spatial Prepositions / Kenny Coventry and Simon Garrod -- Is it in or is it on? : The Influence of Geometry and Location Control on Children's Descriptions of Containment and Support Events / Lynn Richards and Kenny Coventry -- Defining Functional Features for Spatial Language / Laura Carlson and Edwin Covell -- Attention in Spatial Language : Bridging Geometry and Function / Terry Regier, Laura Carlson, and Bryce Corrigan -- Being Near the Ceramic, but not Near the Mug : On the Role of Construal in Spatial Language / Sandeep Prasada -- Force and Function in the Acquisition of the Preposition in / Claude Vandeloise -- Part 3. Features that are Functional : Categorization, Learning, and Language -- Shape : A Developmental Product / Linda B. Smith -- Adaptation of Perceptual and Semantic Features / Brian Rogosky and Robert Goldstone -- Infants' Attention to and Use of Functional Properties in Categorization / Kelly Madole and Lisa Oakes -- Developmental Constraints on the Representation of Spatial Relation Information: Evidence from Preverbal Infants / Paul C. Quinn -- Path Expressions in Finnish and Swedish : The Role of Constructions / Urpo Nikanne -- Part 4. The Pervasiveness of Functional Features in Language and Space -- Form and Function / Barbara Tversky
Control code
ocm76942144
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 386 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191514708
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)76942144
Label
Functional features in language and space : insights from perception, categorization, and development, edited by Laura Carlson and Emile van der Zee
Publication
Note
Series statements on jacket
Antecedent source
unknown
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 349-375) and indexes
Color
multicolored
Contents
Functional Features in Language and Space / Laura A. Carlson and Emile van der Zee -- Part 1. Features : Derived from Perception, Action, and Embodiment -- Language is Grounded in Action / Arthur Glenberg and Michael Kaschak -- The Bicycle Pedal is in Front of the Table : Why some Objects do not Fit into some Spatial Relations / Manuel de Vega and Maria J. Rodrigo -- Dissociation between Verbal and Pointing Responding in Perspective Change Problems / Ranxiao Frances Wang -- An Ecological Approach to the Interface between Language and Vision / Rajesh Kasturirangan -- Contextual, Functional, and Geometric Components in the Semantics of Projective Terms / Carola Eschenbach -- Verbs and Directions : The Interaction of Geometry and Function in Determining Orientation / Christopher Habel -- Between Space and Function : How Spatial and Functional Features Determine the Comprehension of between / Emile van der Zee and Matt Watson -- Part 2. Function : Definitions and Influence -- The HIPE Theory of Function / Lawrence Barsalou, Steven Sloman, and Sergio Chaigneau -- Towards a Classification of Extra-geometric Influences on the Comprehension of Spatial Prepositions / Kenny Coventry and Simon Garrod -- Is it in or is it on? : The Influence of Geometry and Location Control on Children's Descriptions of Containment and Support Events / Lynn Richards and Kenny Coventry -- Defining Functional Features for Spatial Language / Laura Carlson and Edwin Covell -- Attention in Spatial Language : Bridging Geometry and Function / Terry Regier, Laura Carlson, and Bryce Corrigan -- Being Near the Ceramic, but not Near the Mug : On the Role of Construal in Spatial Language / Sandeep Prasada -- Force and Function in the Acquisition of the Preposition in / Claude Vandeloise -- Part 3. Features that are Functional : Categorization, Learning, and Language -- Shape : A Developmental Product / Linda B. Smith -- Adaptation of Perceptual and Semantic Features / Brian Rogosky and Robert Goldstone -- Infants' Attention to and Use of Functional Properties in Categorization / Kelly Madole and Lisa Oakes -- Developmental Constraints on the Representation of Spatial Relation Information: Evidence from Preverbal Infants / Paul C. Quinn -- Path Expressions in Finnish and Swedish : The Role of Constructions / Urpo Nikanne -- Part 4. The Pervasiveness of Functional Features in Language and Space -- Form and Function / Barbara Tversky
Control code
ocm76942144
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (xiv, 386 pages)
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191514708
Level of compression
unknown
Other physical details
illustrations
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)76942144

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